Composer, actor and director Lin-Manuel Miranda became a household name thanks to his prolific work in hamilton, but has always written music for various Disney animated projects. The last of these is Charm, where a track “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” ended reaching number 1 on billboards graph and breaking records. Miranda recently reacted to the success of “Bruno”, while admitting that her son had already outgrown the hit song.
While there are a number of certifiable bops in Charm, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” is an incredible ensemble number in which almost every member of the Madrigal family sings. quickly became a fan favorite, especially once the Jared Bush and Byron Howard movie became available to stream on Disney+ after a theatrical career. It turns out that Lin-Manuel Miranda’s son has noticed the success of that particular song, as the acclaimed multifaceted shared:
Well can you blame him? “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” is a worm that many of us can’t seem to get out of our heads. So imagine if this process was extended for another year. Although the song became even more successful than “Let It Go” by Frozen, you could be stuck listening to it for the foreseeable future.
Lin-Manuel Miranda shared this funny anecdote during a conversation with Persons about the continued success of Charmthe soundtrack of . While fans of all ages also love the opening number and Luisa’s solo “Surface Pressure,” there’s something else to “We Don’t Talk About Bruno,” especially for hardcore fans of Miranda’s work.
But did Lin-Manuel Miranda anticipate that “Bruno” would be the most popular song of CharmThe soundtrack? The short answer is no, but that doesn’t mean I’m not excited about its huge success. As the Tic, tic… ¡BOOM! director shared,
That’s probably the right attitude to have. Although I have to wonder which songs Lin-Manuel Miranda thought the public would respond to the loudest. As a reminder, you can see Charmis “We don’t talk about Bruno” next, and I apologize for being in your head for the rest of the day.
In addition to the songs being popular, Charm has received a lot of praise for the way it represents various Latino cultures. a number of the videos have gone viral, where young children are delighted to see a character that looks like them. Overall, it looks like the animated blockbuster will have its staying power for fans.
Charm is streaming now on Disney+, while you can watch Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut Tic, tic… ¡BOOM! on Netflix. In the meantime, take a look at the Movie release dates 2022 to plan your next movie experience.