The multitalented playwright/actor/rapper Lin-Manuel Miranda has called upon some hip-hop favorites for an album of covers and remixes of the songs from his hit musical, Hamilton. This is great for not only fans of rap, but for those who won't be able to see the musical because it's sold out until the year 3000.

Miranda told Vanity Fair that the partial list for The Hamilton Mixtape features Busta Rhymes, Queen Latifah, Common, Chance the Rapper and Usher as of right now. Sia, Ben Folds and Regina Spektor are also slated to make appearances on the tape.

"People are coming out of the woodwork, knocking on the door,” the soundtrack's executive producer, Questlove, told the mag. “Half the songs are cover versions of songs in the show, and the others are interpolations—we’ll take some of this, some of that, and make something new out of it.”

According to Entertainment Weekly, an announcement was originally made via Twitter back in October about the idea to make a mixtape, and now it seems like the plan is coming to fruition. It will be released under Atlantic Records, and will hopefully drop in the fall.

Hamilton, a modern retelling of the life of the first Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton, has had one of the most successful play runs in recent memory. It recently won a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, and the soundtrack is currently sitting at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 200 Album Charts.