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September 10, 2020

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Just Dance 2021 Tracklist Updated, Includes The Weeknd, Eminem, and More

You love having more music. I love having more music. Just Dance loves having more music, and Just Dance 2021 announced nine additional tracks as a part of Ubisoft Forward September. The game is coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia on November 12, 2020, and to Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles at their launches. Of particular note, Just Dance 2021’s track “Without Me” by Eminem will be available to try early for one week starting today, either through a Just Dance Unlimited subscription or an active trial period via Just Dance 2020.

Check the list below for all of the tracks announced during Ubisoft Forward:

  • “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd
  • “Without Me” by Eminem
  • “Till The World Ends” by The Girly Team
  • “The Weekend” by Michael Gray
  • “Samba de Janeiro” by Ultraclub 90
  • “Runaway (U & I)” by Galantis
  • “Bailando” by Paradisio Ft. Dj Patrick Samoy
  • “Dibby Dibby Sound” by DJ Fresh & Jay Fay Ft. Ms Dynamite
  • “Boy, You Can Keep It” by Alex Newell

In other Just Dance happenings, Season 4 – It’s Showtime – is now available for Just Dance 2020. This season not only features a new world inspired by Broadway and musicals, but also two new events, The Party (available September 10-24) and The Gala (available October 15-November 5). Both events are available on the Switch, Xbox, PS4, and Stadia versions of the game.

For more information on Just Dance 2021, check out our announcement of the game.

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