In Response to Broadway Suspending Shows, Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases Unheard 'Hamilton' Track
The Hamilton creator revealed a demo of a lost song in an effort to boost spirits in the face of coronavirus.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of Hamilton and In the Heights, is one of those rare human beings who strictly uses the power of Twitter to spread positivity. Anyone who follows the creative force of nature knows his feed is packed with inspiring and funny messages designed to uplift followers.
In the face of theaters going dark due to coronavirus, the Broadway legend just released a never-before-heard demo track from Hamilton that didn't make the show's final cut — for free.
In the song, Hamilton is asking George Washington for advice on behalf of his "friend" who has found himself in quite a predicament. For anybody who had been inspired by this show, this is like finding a diamond in a pile of gold. Click his link to listen. Thanks, Lin-Manuel!
Wish I could send you peace of mind via this app.— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) March 12, 2020
But I can send you music no one's heard. Here's a cut Hamilton/Washington tune called I Have This Friend. No one's heard it, not even Kail.
Funnier if you picture me and @ChrisisSingin singing it.https://t.co/lhkLP0jQeT
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