GMA Network on Monday, May 8 posted a recording video of the actress-singer performing “Voltes V No Uta” in its full and original Japanese version but with a modern twist.

The recorded theme song is for Channel 7’s new television “Voltes V: Legacy,” a live-action adaptation of the popular ’70s mecha anime.

Julie’s rendition was arranged by Joshua Gapasin and Simon Tan and mixed by Andrea Rae Culla.

Meanwhile, Bambi Santos was credited as the vocal producer, while Rocky Gacho is the producer.

The famous theme song was originally performed by Japanese singer and voice actress Mitsuko Horie, who also voiced anime characters from different series like “Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars” and “Dragon Ball.”

“Voltes V: Legacy” follows the story of three brothers Steve, Big Bert, and Little Jon Armstrong, and their friends Jamie Robinson and Mark Gordon, as they fight the forces of humanoid aliens known as Boazanians who plans to invade the earth and launch their beast fighters all over the world.

Moreover, The Ambassador of Japan to the Philippines, Koshikawa Kazuhiko, is the newest fan of “Voltes V: Legacy: The Cinematic Experience.”

On Twitter, the ambassador called it “AN EXPERIENCE INDEED!” after watching the film with his wife.

“It will definitely fascinate a new generation of ‘Voltes V’ fans,” he added.

But that’s not all: Ambassador Kaz also commended Julie Anne San Jose, who sang the “Voltes V” theme song in the original Japanese.

“The bright and powerful rendition of ‘Voltes V No Uta’ by Ms. Julie Anne San Jose perfectly match its impact!” he said.

The live adaptation stars Miguel Tanfelix, Ysabel Ortega, Matt Lozano, Radson Flores, and Raphael Landicho.

It also features Martin Del Rosario, Epy Quizon, Gabby Eigenmann, Albert Martinez, Christian Vasquez, and Kokoy de Santos, among others.

The series airs weekdays on GMA after “24 Oras.” It can also be streamed on the network’s “Kapuso Stream” on YouTube and its own website.