Founded by Jimmy Giannopolous, the Brooklyn hip-hop collective Crewshade is all about breaking down boundaries and expectations, blurring the lines between genres and styles. On the group's new single 'Everybody's Heaven,' things take a turn for the dreamy, showcasing lush production and syrupy vocals that coalesce to form one of the most peaceful singles of the year.

The warm and welcoming embrace of the song was quite purposeful, explains Giannopolous. "The song is about everybody having a safe place," he said. "You don’t have to believe in any predetermined sense of God to have that."

'Everybody's Heaven' also has an equally entrancing music video, directed by YGA. The director explains the song and his video thusly: “Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die broke.”

Suffice it to say that Crewshade is not afraid to aim big, blending music styles in pursuit of addressing universal questions and ideas. That kind of ambition is always laudable, especially when the results are as lovely as what Crewshade has achieved on 'Everybody's Heaven.'

You can view the song's music video up above. Crewshade is expecting to release a debut EP "soon" via Innit Recordings.