November 10, 2016


There Will Be More Than One 'Hamilton' Mixtape, Lin-Manuel Miranda Reveals

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Daniel Boczarski/WireImage

We just got the scrumptious-looking tracklist, and two early tastes, of The Hamilton Mixtape. Now, we're already learning it'll get a sequel. Vol. 2 will touch on gems missing from the first, which is due Dec. 2: "The Schuyler Sisters," "The Room Where It Happens" and "One Last Time" are all being teased by the Broadway sensation's creator/(song-)writer/original star, Lin-Manuel Miranda:

Also, Miranda announced on Thursday morning that two new Hamilton Mixtape tracks will drop tonight, and they're both from our seven-most-wanted list: our No. 2, "Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)" by Snow tha Product, Riz MC, K’naan and Residente, and our No. 3, "Satisfied," by Sia featuring MiguelQueen Latifah.

Here's the official Hamilton Mixtape tracklist:

1. "No John Trumbull (Intro) – The Roots
2. "My Shot (Rise Up Remix)" – The Roots feat. Busta Rhymes, Joell Ortiz & Nate Ruess
3. "Wrote My Way Out" – Nas, Dave East, Lin-Manuel Miranda & Aloe Blacc
4. "Wait for It" – Usher
5. "An Open Letter (Interlude)" – Watsky feat. Shockwave
6. "Satisfied" – Sia feat. Miguel & Queen Latifah
7. "Dear Theodosia" – Regina Spektor feat. Ben Folds
8. "Valley Forge (Demo)" – Lin-Manuel Miranda
9. "It’s Quiet Uptown" – Kelly Clarkson
10. "That Would Be Enough" – Alicia Keys
11. "Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)" – K’naan, Snow Tha Product, Riz MC, Residente
12. "You’ll Be Back" – Jimmy Fallon & The Roots
13. "Helpless" – Ashanti feat. Ja Rule
14. "Take a Break (Interlude)" – !llmind
15. "Say Yes to This" – Jill Scott
16. "Congratulations" – Dessa
17. "Burn" – Andra Day
18. "Stay Alive (Interlude)" – J.PERIOD & Stro Elliot
19. "Slavery Battle (Demo)" – Lin-Manuel Miranda
20. "Washington's by Your Side" – Wiz Khalifa
21. "History Has Its Eyes on You" – John Legend
22. "Who Tells Your Story" – The Roots feat. Common & Ingrid Michaelson
23. "Dear Theodosia (Reprise)" – Chance The Rapper & Francis and The Lights

Next, watch Fuse's Future Hispanic History Month tribute to Lin-Manuel Miranda: