The premiere for Nickelodeon‘s All That reboot is quickly creeping up on us, and we can hardly contain our excitement. Chance the Rapper seems to be just as eager for the show to debut as we are, offering up a remix of the show’s theme song on his Instagram.

We need this to happen.

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Earlier this year, Kenan Thompson revealed that Kel Mitchell will appear on the Nickelodeon revival of All That.

On Monday, Chance took to Instagram to put a remix on our nostalgia with his take on the ’90s theme song.

“Me and my friends might be crazy,” he writes on Instagram.

The gospel-tinged clip shows Chance and friends dancing around the studio while the track plays and honestly, we find ourselves needing the full version.

Check it out below!

 

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Me and my friends might be crazy @yesimprettyvee @youngdeji_ @reeseynem @mr_hotspot @walter__bowser

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However, the official All That YouTube channel dropped the reboot’s theme song June 4, giving the original TLC version its own encore.

All That is slated to premiere June 15 with original castmate Thompson serving as executive producer and his fellow castmates Mitchell, Lori Beth Denberg and Josh Server.

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Earlier this year, Thompson encouraged cast members from the original series to join the reboot.

“Whoever’s down to come do it, we would love to have them in my opinion,” Thompson said. “I know Kel [Mitchell’s] coming back, and I remember working close with Josh Server as well. I think all the old cast members should come support the new cast members. That’s just how it should go.”

Thompson also could not confirm the exactly level of screen time he would have in the series. This is due to his work on Saturday Night Live and work behind the scenes.

“I’m not exactly sure about that yet because I’m all tied up with my NBC stuff,” he shared, “But hopefully we’ll figure it out soon.”

All That aired on Nickelodeon from 1994 to 2005 and created spinoffs such as Kenan & Kel and Good Burger the film. Kenan & Kel ended in 2000.

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