Former President Obama is a featured performer in a remix track released on Friday by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of the hit musical “Hamilton.”


Miranda said it was the final track in his “Hamilton”-themed “HamilDrops” series. Miranda released a track for the series every month of 2018 and concluded the project with Friday's release of “One Last Time (44 Remix).” 

Obama is featured in a spoken-word interlude, reciting a speech from George Washington.


Also appearing in the track is “Hamilton” star Christopher Jackson and gospel singer BeBe Winans.

Miranda, who is starring in the recently released film “Mary Poppins Returns,” shared a picture of Obama with producers.

“See you in 2019!” He wrote.


Obama has heaped praise on the hit Broadway musical in the past.

“It has become a favorite in the Obama household,” the former commander in chief said at a 2016 White House event with cast members and musicians. “In fact, ‘Hamilton,’ I’m pretty sure, is the only thing that Dick Cheney and I agree on.”

"Hamilton" cast members, including Miranda himself, are outspoken political activists and have frequently criticized the Trump administration.

They wrote a new song urging Americans to vote in the midterm elections.

Vice President Pence was called out by cast members when he attended a performance in 2016.

“We hope this show has inspired you to uphold our American values and work on behalf of all of us," the cast said with Pence and his wife, Karen PenceKaren Sue PenceWhite House: Anyone 'in close proximity' to Trump or Pence will be tested for coronavirus UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus Trump says first lady tested negative for coronavirus MORE, in the audience.

President TrumpDonald John TrumpPelosi eyes end of April to bring a fourth coronavirus relief bill to the floor NBA to contribute 1 million surgical masks to NY essential workers Private equity firm with ties to Kushner asks Trump administration to relax rules on loan program: report MORE demanded the cast apologize.