Lin-Manuel Miranda Teams with Barack Obama for Latest #Hamildrop “One Last Time (44 Remix)”

Lin-Manuel Miranda has reunited with his favorite collaborator…

The 38-year-old Puerto Rican Broadway composer, lyricist, playwright, singer and actor has released One Last Time (44 Remix), a gospel version of a song from his Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton.

Lin-Manuel Miranda & Barack Obama

He is joined halfway through by former President Barack Obama– the US’ 44th president – who delivers part of George Washington’s farewell address during a guitar and piano interlude.

“Though, in reviewing the incidents of my administration, I am unconscious of intentional error, I am nevertheless too sensible of my defects not to think it probable that I may have committed many errors,” Obama intones. He then segues into Washington’s celebration of retirement and being able to enjoy “the benign influence of good laws under a free government, the ever-favorite object of my heart.”

Miranda also posted a picture on Twitter of the former president casually hanging out in the studio.

The Obama reworking is the final drop in Miranda’s “Hamildrops” series of tracks, which feature new versions of his songs. Most have been used for charity fundraisers.

Obama and Miranda have teamed before on visits to the White House, and Miranda admits that One Last Time was inspired by Obama reading over’s Yes We Canwhich featured an Obama speech backed by acoustic guitar.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases Latest #Hamildrop

Lin-Manuel Miranda is ready to (Hamil)drop it like it’s hot…

The 38-year-old Broadway star, rapper and actor, who created the smash musical Hamilton, and composer John Kander have released the latest #Hamildrop.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

Kander created the music and Alex Lacamoire (Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen) led his orchestra to play it.

“So they’re cheering for me now/ In streets, hear them cheering for me now/ Right up Broadway they’re cheering for me now/ And one day all the enemies I’ve made might hold their own parade,” sings Miranda, musing about opportunity and promise in the place he calls home.

The black and white video that accompanies the new single shows Miranda, who also wrote the lyrics, singing alone on a stage in costume as Hamilton’s titular character. The footage is overlaid with scenes of modern-day New Yorkers.

Miranda dreamed up the idea of Hamildrops (monthly Hamilton-inspired singles covered by various artists) in lieu of creating a sequel to the Tony Award-winning Broadway show’s mixtape.

Miranda will reprise his role as a founding father in a three-week Hamilton engagement in Puerto Rico in January.