In the most recent episode of NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concert” series, Common takes a special trip to The White House, where he is joined by jazz musician Robert Glasper, singer Bilal, and a handful of talented musicians to perform the Common classic “I Used to Love H.E.R.” as well as three new songs: “Letter to the Free,” “The Day the Women Took Over,” and “A Little Chicago Boy.”

“The Day the Women Took Over,” in particular, paints a poignant picture of what the world would look like if women were in charge of the world, with Common rapping, “Hoods feel safer/families feel closer/we all drunk in love/we don’t need to be sober…chivalry is no longer lifeless/we opening doors and pulling out chairs again…more love songs on the radio/respect for the ladies/you can hear it in the flow.”

If women didn’t love Common before, this song will surely win them over. All three new tracks are taken from Common’s forthcoming album Black America Again, which is scheduled for a November release.