Chance The Rapper Teases A New Song For The ‘All That’ Reboot Soundtrack
Jun 4, 2019, by Chris Mench @Chris_Mench
The new show will still use TLC’s original theme song.
While fans are mostly concerned about getting Chance the Rapper’s long-awaited debut album, the Chicago MC has multiple projects in the works. His latest venture is a song for the upcoming reboot of Nickelodeon’s beloved sketch comedy show All That. Backed by a gospel choir, Chance raps about staying tuned in for the 30-minute show:
Although the song appears to be Chance’s take on a theme song, it won’t appear in the opening credits for the show. In a recent interview with Cheddar, former cast member and current executive producer Kel Mitchell confirmed that the reboot will still use TLC’s original theme. “It’s been all over the internet, everybody is going crazy. I’m going to say it right here, right now. The song is staying,” Mitchell said.
TLC released the All That theme song in 1994, recorded during the same sessions that produced the trio’s classic album, CrazySexyCool. It appeared on the All That soundtrack, which also featured songs by Aaliyah, Immature, Soul for Real, Faith Evans, Naughty By Nature, and more.
Comedian Vena E. teased a new All That soundtrack featuring Chance in a recent Instagram post, where she thanked the Chicago rapper for his work on the new series.
BIG MOOD: I Don’t Think They Ready Bro @chancetherapper 😎…. Man Thank You For Being A Supporter Of My Creativity & Comedy🙏💯 & Trust Me The Feelings Is Mutual! Keep Being Dope & Ambitious 🔥 PERIODDD…… Humbly Grateful & Yessssssss You & @mr_hotspot Got Crazy On The “ALL THAT” Soundtrack…. Put me On The REMIX😁
Chance is readying his debut album, which drops in July, but he also took some time this year to record a Super Bowl commercial for Doritos with Backstreet Boys. He’s linked up with artists like 2 Chainz, Tee Grizzley, Supa Bwe, and Ed Sheeran for features, and dropped his new single, “GRoCERIES,” last month.