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Amber Iman & Julia Harriman Bring Us “O Come, O Come Emmanuel”

Let’s start by saying that what Amber Iman (Hamilton, Shuffle Along) & Julia Harriman (Hamilton) have done is just flat out disrespectful. Iman is no stranger to bringing us a Christmas classic in her own way.  Last year, she rocked a rendition of Santa Baby that left us with all the feels. This year she brings us a duet with Harriman that has done even more of the same in only the way Princess Amber can do. “Happy Missmas. Merry Kwanzaa!”

 

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“Julia and I met doing Hamilton, and I have been a fan of both her voice & her spirit ever since. The pandemic finally gave us the time & opportunity to create something together, and it’s brought me so much joy and light in such a challenging time. “Make safe the way that leads on high, and close the path to misery.”

If this puts a smile on your face, share with someone you know.

Also, check out last year’s Santa Baby video below.

 

 

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Drew Shade (Actor/Producer) is a theatre enthusiast who fosters artistic diversity and excellence for the love of Black theatre artists. He is the Founder/Creative Director of Broadway Black, a digital platform designed to shed light on the beauty, brilliance, and talent that is Black Broadway. He is the creator and co-host of the Off-Book Podcast which features the incredible talent of Black people in the Broadway community from playwrights, to performers, to stage managers, and more. He is also the Creator and Executive Producer for The Antonyo Awards, an awards show that specifically drew attention to awarding honors to Black theatre artists across the Broadway community. “Have a belief in yourself that is bigger than anyone’s disbelief.” – August Wilson

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