Former President Obama has landed on Billboard’s Hot R&B Songs chart for his part in a remix of a song from “Hamilton.”

“One Last Time (44 Remix),” hit the Jan. 5 music chart in the 22nd spot.


The song, which was released last month, features the ex-commander in chief — a noted “Hamilton” fan — along with the Broadway show’s original cast member Christopher Jackson and gospel singer BeBe Winans. 

Obama recites a spoken-word interlude, George Washington’s farewell address, in the tune. 

“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda noted the Billboard accomplishment on Twitter on Wednesday.


It’s not the first time the 44th president has appeared on a list of Billboard’s top hits. 

“Pop Off,” by JX Cannon — which featured portions of a speech Obama delivered at the G20 summit — climbed to number 10 on the Emerging Artists chart from Billboard and Twitter in 2015.

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