If you grew up watching Disney's The Proud Family, then the reboot will likely have you planning a viewing party with your crew. The Proud Family has lived in our memories for more than 20 years and is set to release its new and improved version of the animated series on Feb. 23. The 29-year-old, rising R&B singer Joyce Wrice will be singing the latest theme song.

On Jan. 14, Disney announced that they selected the Los Angeles artist to sing the theme song for The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder. The series songwriter and composer Kurt Farquhar and the creative team wanted to make someone who grew up with the original show feel like that's still their song, but at the same time, wanted fans to feel like the song have been given a fresh sound. The R&B singer confirmed the news on Twitter with a brief message.

"I am so excited to share that I'll be singing the reimagined theme song for #TheProudFamilyLouderAndProuder. I am a huge fan of the original series and am honored to be a part of the #DisneyPlus Revival. I can't wait for you to hear it!!," she wrote.

The latest trailer alludes to our childhood memories with a fresh modern twist to the series. If the trailer didn't put you in your bag, then maybe the recreation of the proud family's theme song will do the trick. The animated show had one of the best theme songs featuring R&B group Destiny's Child and Solange flowing over the hit track.