The highly anticipated Hamilton Mixtape, a companion piece to the hit musical, is scheduled to drop next month. Listeners get a preview of the project with the new track "Wrote My Way Out" featuring Nas, Dave East, Aloe Blacc and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The song puts a new spin on the Hamilton track "Hurricane," which includes a lyric that became this anthem's title. Nas kicks off the track with a verse that sets the tone for the entire record.

"I picked up the pen like Hamilton/Street analyst, now I write words that try to channel them/No political power, just lyrical power/Sitting on a crate on a corner, sipping for hours," Nas raps.

The Hamilton Mixtape, which was curated by Lin-Manuel Miranda, will be released on Dec. 2. Check out the tracklist for the long awited project below.

The Hamilton Mixtape Tracklist

1. "No John Trumbull (Intro)" - The Roots
2. "My Shot (Rise Up Remix)" - The Roots Feat. Busta Rhymes, Joell Ortiz and Nate Ruess
3. "Wrote My Way Out" - Nas, Dave East, Aloe Blacc and Lin-Manuel Miranda
4. "Wait For It" - Usher
5. "An Open Letter (Interlude)" - Watsky Feat. Shockwave
6. "Satisfied" - Sia Feat. Miguel and Queen Latifah
7. "Dear Theodosia" - Regina Spektor Feat. Ben Folds
8. "Valley Forge (Demo)" - Lin-Manuel Miranda
9. "It's Quiet Uptown" - Kelly Clarkson
10. "That Would Be Enough" - Alicia Keys
11. "Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)" - K'naan, Snow Tha Product, Riz MC and Residente
12. "You'll Be Back" - Jimmy Fallon and The Roots
13. "Helpless" - Ashanti Feat. Ja Rule
14. "Take A Break (Interlude)" - !llmind
15. "Say Yes To This" - Jill Scott
16. "Congratulations" - Dessa
17. "Burn" - Andra Day
18. "Stay Alive (Interlude)" - J.PERIOD and Stro Elliot
19. "Slavery Battle (Demo)" - Lin-Manuel Miranda
20. "Washingtons By Your Side" - Wiz Khalifa
21. "History Has Its Eyes On You" - John Legend
22. "Who Tells Your Story" - The Roots Feat. Common and Ingrid Michaelson
23. "Dear Theodosia (Reprise)" - Chance The Rapper and Francis and The Lights

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