President Obama got a taste of Hamilton, the hit Broadway musical that's sold out until 2074, long before any of us.
Back on May 12, 2009, the show's creator and star, Lin-Manuel Miranda, as part of the White House Evening of Poetry, Music, and the Spoken Word, treated Obama and some lucky guests to an early version of the song "Alexander Hamilton." The president has since seen the show on Broadway and continued his support of the hip-hop-infused biography on Monday, by inviting the cast to perform at the White House.
Something else came out of their trip, too: Miranda, with some help from Obama, freestyled about everything from Obamacare to the Federalist Papers to the Supreme Court. And then, when it was over, they didn't shake hands or do some other stiff embrace -- they dapped each other up, further cementing your FOMO and Obama's natural emission of cool.