On Tuesday June, 23 Lin-Manuel Miranda was on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk about the Hamilton movie and announce the new release date of We Are Freestyle Love Supreme on Hulu: July, 17. The documentary was supposed to premiere on June, 5 but was postponed in solidariety with the Black Lives Matter moviment.
The Empire State Building announced the completion of the entirely re-imagined Observatory Experience with the opening of its redesigned 80th floor. To celebrate the unveiling, the Empire State Building premiered a new music video starring Lin-Manuel Miranda. Set to the Hamildrop Miranda wrote with Broadway legend John Kander, “Cheering For Me Now,” the video features a new music-to-light show designed by world-renowned lighting artist Marc Brickman and footage of Lin-Manuel exploring the all-new Observatory Experience, plus some footage from the two video clips released last year, the official one and orchestra version. Miranda visited the Empire State Building on November, 25 to light it blue in support of Small Business Saturday.
Check the new video clip below and the screen captures of Lin-Manuel in our Gallery.
Some users may have issues to watch the video on Youtube. The Empire State Building uploaded it on its Instagram account. Enjoy!
On December 20, Lin-Manuel Miranda dropped the last Hamildrop, ‘One Last Time (44 Remix)’, performed by Christopher Jackson with production from gospel great BeBe Winans and Alex Lacamoire. Mid-tune, former U.S. president Barack Obama reads a moving passage from George Washington’s farewell address that is featured in the play.
‘One Last Time (44 Remix)’ is available for download and streaming.
On Tuesday, November 27, Lin-Manuel Miranda shared a new video clip for the November Hamildrop, Cheering For Me Now, a beautiful behind the scene where we can see him recording the song with John Kander and Alex Lacamoire.
Check the video and the screen captures in our Gallery.
On November 20, Lin-Manuel Miranda dropped the penultimate Hamildrop, ‘Cheering For Me Now’, collaborating with his friend John Kander, Chicago and Cabaret composer. Miranda performs the song in character as Hamilton’s title Founding Father, backed by an orchestra conducted by Alex Lacamoire.
‘Cheering For Me Now’ is available for download and streaming.
Miranda starred in the music video too.
Check it below, while in Gallery you can find the screen captures.