Social Media Is Rejoicing Over North Carolina A&T Gospel Choir's Glorious Remix Of iCarly Theme Song
Can we get a "HALLELUJAH" for NCAT's remix of "Leave It All To Me" by Miranda Cosgrove?
by Nick Fenley
October 17, 2022 at 9:15 pm
Plenty of Gen Zers and late-Millennials can recall utterly jamming out to the opening of Nickelodeon’s iCarly series, and some church-loving Aggies from North Carolina A&T’s gospel choir have revamped this beloved bop into a worship-inspired track.
The show’s theme song — titled “Leave It All To Me” — also serves as Miranda Cosgrove’s debut musical release; it notably features Drake Bell, who starred alongside Cosgrove on Drake & Josh from 2004 to 2007.
The opening is full of energy-filled fun, and it still carries plenty of bumpable potential, evidenced by it being reused for the show’s 2021 reboot.
Social media users also have a tendency to still geek out about how good the song is every now and then.
iCarly will forever have the best theme song on Nickelodeon.
— delayed_hobo (@esrathom) September 26, 2022
The iCarly theme song is one of the best of all time, just throwing that out there
— Parker Fleming (@PAKA_FLOCKA) June 18, 2022
icarly stays having the best show theme song
— alex! • (@gloompool) September 16, 2022
icarly theme song is the best of any childhood show…….fight me!
— Michael 💫 (@michaellsmall) September 27, 2022
With so much hype surrounding this opening, the gospel choir at North Carolina A&T State University (NCAT) decided to revamp the track and make it their own by adding in some Jesus!
“POV: iCarly the [gospel choir] way,” an on-screen message reads.
Soon, this upload may its way to Twitter, where it swiftly blew up.
“Not they turned the iCarly theme song into praise and worship,” the user who reshared the video wrote.
People on Twitter immediately began celebrating the gospel choir’s rendition of the song.
I KNOW THATS RIGHTTT pic.twitter.com/1cwpbqYWdp
— ↭ ᴘᴏᴘᴘᴇʀ ɢᴀɴᴅᴀ ↭ (@MalikHaelstrom) October 17, 2022
The inclusion of a Church Of God In Christ (COGIC) clap also had people laughing.
that COGIC clap took me under lmaooo
— Black Girls Smell Good (@BlkGrlsSmllGood) October 16, 2022
Others were utterly blown away by the creativity and innovation behind the remix.
The fact that Christians can turn almost any song into praise and worship is truly an art
— Spicy Calamari🌶🦑 (@MysticCalamari) October 17, 2022
We should also note that some people shared that they always knew the iCarly song had the potential to be a gospel track.
— ash. (@okashleyj) October 16, 2022
Change a couple words and it can easily be a praise song
— Josh (@SpikeLeesJoint) October 17, 2022
All in all, the internet loved the video, and it looks like we can expect the NCAT Gospel Choir to bring similar content in the future!
Add us on TikTok, it’s coming !!!
— Kay Lennox 🪴 (@ktrills_) October 17, 2022
What do you think about this church-y remix, and what other beloved theme songs should be revamped into gospel tracks?