Woman Reimagines Iconic ‘All That’ Theme Song As Done By R&B Singers And It's Everything
Mamie Moore gives spot-on impersonations of some of the most iconic singers for an incredible remix.
August 17, 2021 at 12:03 pm
The original "All That" theme song will always be a bop but a women-led remake may be changing the game.
Nickelodeon’s classic theme song for the hit teen sketch show All That was reimagined using some of the most iconic voices in the history of R&B and gospel. Created by Mamie Moore, she amazingly pulls off each distinct voice with outfits and movements to match each singer’s signature style.
In the viral clip, Moore imitates the vocal stylings of Jhené Aiko, Dorinda Clark Cole, Chrisette Michele,
Erykah Badu, Left Eye, The Clark Sisters, Mariah Carey, Fantasia and Brandy.
“Reeemixxx (ALL THAT COVER) The ’90s was the greatest music era, and my favorite singers came together,” her caption read. “AGAIN with one of my favorite shows!! ???????????? Who’s your fav? Let me know in the comments.”
If the All That theme song was done by different female singers. Sheesh!! The Fantasia one though… ???????? pic.twitter.com/6zU4uxj2Qh
— DJ Heat (@DJHeatDC) August 16, 2021
Moore is spot-on in her impersonations as she channels some of the most beloved singers. After hearing Moore’s remix on Twitter, the reactions were nostalgic and hilarious.