Joyce Wrice Links With Kaytranada Once Again To Serve Up 'Iced Tea'

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Is there anything more refreshing than a cold glass of iced tea on a hot summer day? We think not. Summer is still a way off, but it seems that songstress Joyce Wrice — whose voice can be heard on the new theme for The Proud Family: Louder And Prouder — is already anticipating the heat while bringing some of her own with her new Kaytranada collaboration "Iced Tea."

Surprisingly, "Iced Tea" is one of the more mellow Kaytranada productions. Don't get us wrong, there's plenty of bump and percussive rhythms to be found and the producer's signatures are everywhere. However, this time Kaytra decides to let the beautiful synth chords lead the way as they provide both the melodic foundation and the song's propelling groove. This allows Joyce to come through with alluring vocals as she sings about her current vibe.

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"I just wanna let go / I'm solo / Speaking on my M.O. / But they don't know," she sings on the chorus. "Know you see the skin glow / Sweet like cocoa / Keep up with my tempo / While I let go." The rest of the song speaks on her carefree vibes as she dismisses anyone trying to disturb her groove while she enjoys living her life to the fullest on the solo tip. Or, as she puts it, "Keep it on the low 'cause I'm better on my own / So you can go sit your a** over there." And we oop!

"It’s been exactly a year since the release of my debut album Overgrown and I couldn’t be more excited to share with the world another collaboration with KAYTRANADA!" Joyce Wrice said in a statement. “'Iced Tea' is a fun dance record where I’m stepping into my divine feminine with the hopes to empower women to be free and stand their ground."

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We're sure the singer's carefree vibes are extending to her current role as opening act for her friend Lucky Daye as he crosses the country on his Candydrip Tour, which kicks off this week. Get into her sweet "Iced Tea" below and be sure to catch her when the tour comes to a city near you.

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