Dwayne Johnson sings 'You're Welcome' in new 'Moana' clip (Video)

If you've ever wondered what Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's singing voice sounds like, wonder no more!

In a new clip from Disney's "Moana," the actor sings "You're Welcome," written by Tony Award Winner and "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manual Miranda.

Johnson debuted the song on his Instagram account early Monday, with the caption, "We just doin' a little sanging over here or as we say in the streets, 'I'm spittin' that fire bruh!' A blast collaborating with the musical genius himself and my Puerto Rican twin Lin-Manuel Miranda. Too much fun! #YoureWelcome #MoanaMondays."

Disney also unveiled another clip from "Moana" on Monday, in which Moana, voiced by Hawaiian actress Auli'i Cravalho, meets the Polynesian God for the first time.

The Disney film tells the story of Moana, a young girl who wants to prove to her people that she can be a master wayfinder. She sets out with Maui on a quest for a mystical island and to find herself.

The cast also features the voices of Alan Tudyk and Phillipa Soo. Ron Clements and John Musker co-directed. They also worked on the screenplay along with Taika Waititi, Jared Bush and Pamela Ribbon. John Lasseter executive produced with Osnat Shurer producing.

"Moana" sails into theaters on Nov. 23.

Watch the song clip above, and watch the other clip below.

Check out more from "Moana" in the gallery below.

Disney's 'Moana'
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