Stream: Hamilton Mixtape


Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton has been a bona fide hit for more than a year now.  From award shows to fights with certain President Elect’s, Hamilton is almost always in the news.

Today, The Hamilton Mixtape dropped. An album featuring 23 tracks from the show that have been reworked by some of today’s hottest artists.  The star-studded album features contributions from Andra Day, Ja Rule, Regina Spektor, John Legend, Sia, Alicia Keys, Kelly Clarkson, The Roots, Chance the Rapper, and Ashanti, along with a pair of original demos by Miranda himself.

Stream the full album below via Spotify.

The Hamilton Mixtape Tracklist:
01. No John Trumbull (Intro) – The Roots
02. My Shot (Rise Up Remix) – The Roots feat. Busta Rhymes, Joell Ortiz & Nate Ruess
03. Wrote My Way Out – Nas, Dave East, Lin-Manuel Miranda & Aloe Blacc
04. Wait For It – Usher
05. An Open Letter (Interlude) – Watsky feat. Shockwave
06. Satisfied – Sia feat. Miguel & Queen Latifah
07. Dear Theodosia – Regina Spektor feat. Ben Folds
08. Valley Forge (Demo) – Lin-Manuel Miranda
09. 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. Washingtons 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

Jimmy Fallon and Jack Black Star in Shot-for-Shot Remake Extreme’s of ‘More Than Words’ Video

Jack Black (l.) and Jimmy Fallon (r.) recreate the "More Than Words" music video.Jimmy Fallon teamed up with Tonight Show guest Jack Black on Monday for a shot-for-shot remake of the music video for Extreme’s hit “More Than Words.”

Black played Gary Cherone, while Fallon played Nuno Bettencourt, and both of their wig games were on FLEEK.

The original song won a Grammy Award, but it’s safe to say that the pair nailed the remake.

Madonna Performs ‘Holiday’ using Children’s Instruments and ‘Bitch, I’m Madonna’ on The Tonight Show

Madonna and Jimmy sing Holiday with classroom instrumentsHer Madgesty joined the Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and his late night band, The Roots for a new take on her song “Holiday,” complete with children’s toys.

Madonna later returned to perform her song “B—h, I’m Madonna” with help from Diplo. She snaked through the halls flanked by dancers, eventually ending up on top of Fallon’s desk to do her thang.

St. Vincent performs “Teenage Talk” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

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Last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, St. Vincent  chose to perform her new single “Teenage Talk”. Check out the video below.

“Teenage Talk” was originally premiered during an episode of HBO’s Girls, but the full version came online just hours before Annie Clark’s Tonight Show appearance.

Kelly Clarkson & Jimmy Fallon Perform a History of Duets

Kelly Clarkson and Jimmy Fallon taught a lesson in duets history…in under five minutes.

The pop star was on The Tonight Show on Monday. They took on Jennifer Warnes and Joe Cocker’s classic Up Where We Below, the Human League’s Don’t You Want Me, Elton John and Kiki Dee’s Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, and many more.

Kelly’s new album Piece By Piece is out now.

Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake’s History Of “SNL” Rap Was Perfect

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Even before Steven Martin’s star-studded monologue during SNL’s 40th anniversary special, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake teamed up to pay tribute to the sketch comedy show as they do best…

Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake's History Of "SNL" Rap Was Perfect

With a “History of SNL” rap, remixing some of the show’s most legendary quotes. Like this one of Billy Crystal’s…

And this one of Alec Baldwin’s…

And this one of, well, Justin Timberlake’s.

As if that wasn’t enough, Rachel Dratch revived her legendary Debbie Downer character to bring it all back to reality.

Watch the full rap here: