A&E has announced a new four-part documentary series centered around The Godfather of Funk and Soul, James Brown. Set to arrive in 2023, James Brown: Say It Loud will come in celebration of what would have been Brown’s 90th birthday.

Executive producing the forthcoming presentation will be The Rolling Stones‘ Mick Jagger and The Roots‘ Questlove (real name Ahmir Thompson) and Black Thought (real name Tariq Trotter), with Deborah Riley Draper tasked with directing. The docuseries will examine Brown’s life from a middle school dropout to his troubles with the law in the Jim Crow-era South to becoming a music legend whose words, songs, style, and moves inspired musical revolutions and molded a nation’s view of Black pride and Black masculinity.

This latest documentary on Soul Brother No. 1 follows 2014’s Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown, which Jagger also produced. While this will mark the first James Brown project for Questlove, Black Thought, and Draper, the three have no shortage of experience in this space. Questlove recently directed the documentary Summer of Soul, which notched an Oscar nomination, while Black Thought executive produces for Two One Five Entertainment and worked on projects like Rise Up, Sing OutHip Hop: The Songs That Shook America, and more. Most recently, Draper directed The Legacy of Black Wall Street, a two-part docuseries that examined the rise of the economic hub in Oklahoma and its destruction by racist mobs in the early 20th century.

“I am thrilled to be producing the four-part documentary series with A&E delving into the fascinating life of James Brown,” said Jagger in a press release. “He was a brilliant performer who inspired me from the beginning and was deeply committed to the Civil Rights movement. I have always admired James and learned so much from him. I look forward to bringing the series to life.”

“The life of James Brown is significant not only to understand his immense musical impact, which inspires us and other artists to this day, but also for the deep and lasting impression he has had on American culture,” added Thompson and Trotter. “Brown’s life is a crucial and timely story of struggle, redemption, and self-identity and we are honored to have the chance to share it.”

A&E has not provided a specific release date, however, the docuseries will arrive at some time in 2023. Head here for more information.

[H/T Deadline]