It’s been a busy week for Lin-Manuel Miranda and Hamilton.
Miranda released a music video for the Hamilton Mixtape track “Immigrants, We Get the Job Done” (featuring a rap from Riz Ahmed) on Wednesday morning. And celebrities have been participating in his sweepstakes and social media challenge #Ham4All, in which people donate to an immigrant-focused nonprofit, film themselves singing or rapping their favorite part of Hamilton, and then challenge their friends on social media to do the same.
Miranda’s first call-out: Hamilton costar Jonathan Groff. The former King George actor channels Renée Elise Goldsberry and sings Angelica’s song “Satisfied,” before Miranda joins him singing Hamilton’s part—with a twist. “You strike me as a Groff who has never been satisfied.” Watch below.
Groff called out his Glee costar Lea Michele and Alfred Molina, who played with Groff in the John Logan play Red, imploring them to participate in the challenge, too. Other celebrities have also been tagged, including the cast of Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled, Ben Stiller, and Kelly Clarkson.
The challenge coincides with Hamilton‘s sweepstakes, in which fans can donate as little as $10 to the Immigrants: We Get the Job Done Coalition to win a trip to see Hamilton‘s opening in Los Angeles Aug. 16.