Home Uncategorized Kelly Clarkson Covers ‘It’s Quiet Uptown’ from ‘Hamilton’ Ahead of Disney+ Stream:...

Kelly Clarkson Covers ‘It’s Quiet Uptown’ from ‘Hamilton’ Ahead of Disney+ Stream: Watch

Kelly Clarkson has revisited her heart-wrenching cover of Hamilton’s “It’s Quiet Uptown” ahead of the Broadway hit’s streaming debut on Disney+.

During an episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show on Thursday (July 2), the 38-year-old singer welcomed members of the original Hamilton cast and shared an emotional rendition of the show’s “It’s Quiet Uptown,” which she previously recorded for The Hamilton Mixtape in 2016.

The filmed version of Hamilton stage show, which features the original Broadway cast of the Tony-winning musical, will premiere Friday on Disney+. Filmed at Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre in June 2016, the movie features Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda in the starring role as Alexander Hamilton.

Clarkson helped promote the upcoming streaming event by inviting original Hamilton cast members to her show on Thursday, including Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., Phillipa Soo, Daveed Diggs, Christopher Jackson and Okieriete Onaodowan.

Check out Clarkson’s interview with the Hamilton cast and her heartbreaking cover of “It’s Quiet Uptown” in the videos below.

Must Read

Deborah Dugan’s Arbitration Could Be Delayed If Recording Academy Successfully Opposes Open Hearing

The long-awaited arbitration hearing between the Recording Academy and former president/CEO Deborah Dugan is slated to begin July 12 in Los Angeles, but a pending ruling...

What’s Your Favorite Drake Project of All Time? Vote!

If you’re reading this, it’s because you’re a major Drake fan who can’t wait for 6 God’s sixth album Certified Lover Boy to finally drop this summer...

Here’s Why Lil Dicky Pulled His ‘White Dude’ Video Off YouTube

In the 2010s, Lil Dicky came up as a comedic Internet rapper — which is also the premise of his hit FXX series Dave — but there’s...

The Jesus And Mary Chain Sue Warner Music For Control Of Their Debut Album

The Jesus and Mary Chain founders Jim Reid and William Reid are suing Warner Music Group to reclaim the rights to their 1985 debut studio album, Psychocandy. The iconic alternative...

Japan’s Kenshi Yonezu Talks New Single ‘Pale Blue,’ Looks Back on ‘Fortnite’ Virtual Concert & More

J-pop hitmaker Kenshi Yonezu’s most recent album STRAY SHEEP, released in August 2020, became a landmark album for the Japanese music scene, ruling 46...