Relive memorable music moments from ‘The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder’

Celebrate the musical footprint of the groundbreaking, award-winning animated series (and its 2022 revival) responsible for highlighting Black suburban family life and culture in America.

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April 26, 2022

Celebrate the family that’ll make you wanna sing when Disney Hits Extra Magic Hours serves up the songs from The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder. Every week, Extra Magic Hour has been delivering episodes highlighting various themes from the Disney Cinematic Universe — from Toy Story to Encanto — with the music that made it all extra magical, and this latest episode is no exception.

Gather ’round for a family thing as we recap a few moments from the iconic Disney Channel show that hosted countless (animated) musical guests, and hear the full Extra Magic Hours episode celebrating the tunes from the 2022 revival of the groundbreaking early-2000s series below.

The Proud Family Theme Song” by Joyce Wrice

It’s hard to forget the iconic main theme of The Proud Family, from long before Beyoncé was hosting her Homecoming at Coachella and Solange was making her own waves with her head-turning mix of performance art and songwriting. Today, R&B singer Joyce Wrice puts her own special spin on the song celebrating the power of familial love for the revival.

“Cuter Than You” by Tone-Loc

In The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, Lizzo (in all her animated glory), drops in to console and encourage Penny after a change in her voice has her sounding more like Tone-Loc than she did in her old LPDZ days. During the “Snackland” episode, Lizzo treats Penny to a day at the amusement park complete with a song and dance number to keep spirits up, ultimately getting her back to her performing ways, this time in LPMDZ with the inclusion of their newly introduced friend, Maya.

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“Hands Up Cash Out” by the Gross Sisters

Penny and her friends aren’t the only ones we’re seeing again in the revival — we also witness the return of the Gross Sisters. Though the sisters have moved on from bullying to being a rap trio in The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, their signature catchphrase “Hands up. Cash out.” lives on as one of their songs.