Lin-Manuel Miranda’s final Hamildrop features former President Barack Obama

Lin-Manuel Miranda has spent a year putting twists on the “Hamilton” soundtrack. And for his final release, he has the help of former President Barack Obama.

Obama lent his voice and joined Christopher Jackson, who portrayed George Washington on Broadway, and BB Winans, for “One Last Time (44 Remix),” Rolling Stone reported.

The song marks the moment that Washington steps away from the presidency and retires to his Virginia home, Mount Vernon, and has to “teach them how to say goodbye.”

In the middle of the song, Obama reads Washington’s farewell address.

Listen to the gospel-inspired version below or click here.

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This isn't the only time that Obama had a connection with "Hamilton." Miranda performed "Alexander Hamilton" at the White House during a poetry jam in 2009.

And Miranda, along with Jackson, performed "One Last Time" for Obama as he left office in January 2017.

"One Last Time (44 Remix)" was the 13th and final Hamildrop, Billboard reported, and is available, along with the other releases, on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music and other online music services.

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