The Roots crew released a new single called 'Tomorrow' on Saturday (April 26). The song, which features Raheem DeVaughn, is from their upcoming album, '...and then you shot your cousin.'

A slight departure from their previous single 'When the People Cheer,' 'Tomorrow' is a piano-driven ballad with optimistic words from DeVaughn.

"Sending a message to god and heaven / I’m thankful to be alive / Cause you sleep from eleven to seven, work hard from 9 to 5," he sings.

On the chorus, DaVaughn adds, "'Cause everybody need an angel / And everybody needs a smile / And everybody has an angle / And everybody wants tomorrow right now."

Although the song doesn’t feature a rap from Black Thought, the Roots have created a breezy thought-provoking tune. The message is quite clear: Although the world is filled with people from different backgrounds, we are all striving for a better tomorrow.

The Roots’ 11th studio LP, '...and then you shot your cousin,' is scheduled to arrive in stores on May 19.

Listen to The Roots' Song 'Tomorrow' Feat. Raheem DeVaughn