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Watch A Clip Of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Next Project 'Freestyle Love Supreme'

The theater star and company combine rapping and improv.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda is set to exit "Hamilton" on July 9th, but the Latino creative star already has a ton of projects on deck, including his improv rap crew, Freestyle Love Supreme. The collective scored a deal with NBC's streaming service, Seeso, and the series is set to premiere June 23rd. In addition to Miranda, Chris Sullivan, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Anthony Veneziale and "Hamilton" star Christopher Jackson make up the group.

"It's crazy to think about how long w'’ve been performing as a group," Miranda explained in a press release. "The number of boy bands we've outlived in that time is staggering! No matter what happens in each of our lives, we all come back to Freestyle Love Supreme. It's our touchstone, and it's gratifying to be able to share this series anew with the world."

A one-minute clip where Miranda go into detail about the project premiered today (June 10) via Billboard, which you can check out below.

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