Celebrate the Hamilton Mixtape Release With Performances of Previously Unreleased Tracks

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You might have noticed that we, like the rest of the Internet, have kind of a thing for Hamilton around here—partially because … why wouldn’t we? And partially because we noticed you all do, too. So, to celebrate the newly-released Hamilton Mixtape, go ahead and watch some performances of tracks from the new album, and then spend the rest of the day listening to the whole thing.

Depending on your preferred method, you can head over to the iTunes or Google Play store and pick up your own copy for $14.99, or you can listen to the whole thing on Spotify:

You’ll be treated to reimagined tracks from the Hamilton soundtrack by artists from The Roots and Regina Spektor to Ben Folds and Alicia Keys. Just, whatever you do, make sure you respect the artistic integrity of the mixtape!

(via Daily Dot, image via screengrab)

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