Lin-Manuel Miranda wanted song to be danceable - Kokomo Perspective

Lin-Manuel Miranda knew people had to be able to dance to his Puerto Rico charity single. The 'Hamilton' creator has teamed up with a number of Latin artists, including Jennifer Lopez and her ex-husband Marc Anthony, Gina Rodriguez, Fat Joe, Gloria ...

Lin Manuel-Miranda releases charity single to help Puerto Rico - Page Six

“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda released a new original song Friday to raise money for Puerto Rican hurricane relief and he's enlisted some of the biggest Latin stars in music to help. “Almost Like Praying” features Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, ...

Stephen Colbert hits $1 million in Puerto Rico donations thanks to awkward celebrities like Lin-Manuel Miranda - AV Club

After Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Maria, and then humiliated and bewildered by the supplies-lobbing, mayor-mocking dumbassery of Donald Trump, the good people of that beleaguered island could use some good news. And, on Thursday's ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda's releases star-studded song for Puerto Rico - CNN

(CNN) Lin-Manuel Miranda and 22 of his musically talented friends have released a new song to raise money for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico. Titled "Almost Like Praying," the song -- which clocks in at more than three minutes -- pays tribute to the ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Drops Puerto Rico Benefit Song 'Almost Like Praying' - Lyrics, Stream & Download! - Just Jared

Lin-Manuel Miranda has dropped the new song “Almost Like Praying,” a charity single to support the people of Puerto Rico who were affected by Hurricane Maria. A star-studded roster of artists joined forces for the new song: Lin-Manuel, Jennifer Lopez ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Explains How He Made His New Benefit Song For Puerto Rico - WNYC

Composer and playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda has written and recorded a new song to help raise money for hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico. Sales of the track, "Almost Like Praying," will go to the Hispanic Federation's Hurricane Relief Fund.

Lin-Manuel Miranda On His Love Song For Puerto Rico And Unity In the Face of Insufficient Government Aid - Billboard

One day after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, Lin-Manuel Miranda, a son of the Puerto Rican diaspora, sat down to write a song to benefit his father's homeland. For Miranda, born and raised in New York City with close links to the island, it became ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Teams Up with Jennifer Lopez and More Stars in New Single for Puerto Rico Relief - PEOPLE.com

After tirelessly raising awareness for his beloved Puerto Rico, Hamilton and Moana composer Lin-Manuel Miranda has released his latest single to benefit Hurricane Maria relief efforts. The Tony Award winner, 37, created “Almost Like Praying” in ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda debuts star-studded single for Puerto Rico, 'Almost Like Praying' — listen here - EW.com (blog)

After days of anticipation, Lin-Manuel Miranda's charity single “Almost Like Praying” has finally been made available to the public, and will be available worldwide by Sunday. All proceeds will benefit Hispanic Federation UNIDOS Disaster Relief Fund.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases Star-Studded Song 'Almost Like Praying' to Benefit Puerto Rico Hurricane Victims - Entertainment Tonight

Lin-Manuel Miranda has recruited an all-star list of Latino artists for his benefit song, "Almost Like Praying," which he released on Thursday night. The benefit track features Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan, Ana Villafañe, Tommy Torres ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Gathers All-Star Latin Artists for Hurricane Relief - New York Times

Lin-Manuel Miranda in August. “Everyone said yes, sight unseen,” he said of calling on artists to appear on “Almost Like Praying.” Credit Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images. Lin-Manuel Miranda, the “Hamilton” mastermind, was on a family vacation in Austria ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Talks Puerto Rico Benefit Song 'Almost Like Praying' - RollingStone.com

"The way music comes out of ... every molecule of the place [is] something we share," playwright says of track featuring Jennifer Lopez and Luis Fonsi. Lin-Manuel Miranda explains how "Almost Like Praying," his all-star track to benefit Puerto Rico ...

'These Are Just Not Ordinary Times:' Lin-Manuel Miranda on the Making of His New Song for Puerto Rico - TIME

Lin-Manuel Miranda isn't sleeping much these days. Quite literally: he's spent the past week flying around the country, getting a crew of famous artists — Jennifer Lopez, Luis Fonsi, Camila Cabello, Gloria Estefan and many more — to record a new ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Debuts Starry Single 'Almost Like Praying' to Benefit Puerto Rico - Playbill.com

Tony- and Pulitzer-winning Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda released the starring single 'Almost Like Praying,' benefiting the Hispanic Federation UNIDOS Disaster Relief Fund after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, leaving millions ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda releases 'Almost Like Praying' benefit single for Puerto Rico with Gloria Estefan, Rita Moreno - New York Daily News

The “Hamilton” creator finally released a much-anticipated single at 11:30 p.m. Thursday with a who's who of Hispanic celebrities. All proceeds from “Almost Like Praying,” which took its name from the lyrics of “Maria” from “West Side Story,” will go ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases All-Star Puerto Rico Benefit Song: Listen - Pitchfork

Lin-Manuel Miranda has announced “Almost Like Praying,” a new benefit single for Puerto Rico. The song interpolates a line from “Maria” from the musical West Side Story. Alongside Miranda, a host of artists are also featured—Jennifer Lopez, Gloria ...

JLo, Marc Anthony sing for Puerto Rico - The Nation

CM Los Angeles - A bevy of Latin stars, including chart toppers Jennifer Lopez and Camila Cabello, are teaming up on a charity single to raise money for storm-ravaged Puerto Rico. The island has been left devastated in the wake of Hurricane Maria's ...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins With Jennifer Lopez and Gloria Estefan In Song For Puerto Rico Relief - Forbes

Adrienne Samuels Gibbs covers TV, music and film. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Lin-Manuel Miranda speaks onstage at the Pantages Theatre this past August in Hollywood. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images).