Dance Music 2022 Clean Up

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Dance music is not only a great way to stay healthy and fit, but it’s also the perfect excuse to call up some friends for an epic group dance party! Ubisoft’s latest game in the Just Dance series is essential for any exercise fan or multiplayer enthusiast looking to spice things up.

1. “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” by Lil Nas X

Lil Nas X is an award-winning rapper, singer-songwriter, and queer icon who defies musical conventions to create genre-defying takes on hip-hop. His hit song “Old Town Road,” which fused country and hip-hop genres, made him an international sensation and broke multiple records along the way. He’s been recognized as Time magazine’s 25 Most Influential Person, Forbes 30 Under 30, as well as being the first artist ever to have a single stay at #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for 19 weeks.

Montero Lamar Hill was raised in Lithia Springs, Georgia and chose not to pursue his music career despite his father’s disapproval. He began as a fan of Nicki Minaj and soon started engaging with her online; ultimately creating a Twitter account dedicated to her that has since garnered five million followers.

His debut album ‘Nasarati’, released in 2018, earned him critical acclaim as he continued to hone his craft. The record featured the hit single “Old Town Road,” written with Billy Ray Cyrus.

He also collaborated with Wrangler on a denim collection inspired by the track, which has gone on to garner over 130 million views on YouTube. Additionally, he has earned multiple Grammy awards, an MTV Video Music Award, and been nominated for numerous other honors.

His latest release, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” caused controversy due to its satanic imagery. Critics accused him of portraying someone who would go to hell for being gay; however, he stood by his art and explained that it was meant as motivation for others to be themselves. In fact, he dedicated the song to an earlier version of himself who hadn’t yet come out as gay yet.

2. “Don’t Go Yet” by Camillo Cabello

Cabello’s latest platinum disc release is a tropical love ode to her Cuban heritage, directed by Philippa Price and Pilar Zeta. In the video, Cabello switches stations on the radio, travels in style in a classic convertible, and finally arrives at her grand coral pink home to ring the doorbell in style.

Ricky Reed, Scott Harris and Mike Sabath collaborated on this joyful tropical love ode that features flamenco guitar strings, captivating ad-libs and infectious “handclapping overlapping as” beats. It promises to be one of your favorites this summer – what better way to kickstart it than with this great track?

Cuba has a proud musical legacy, one which Cabello is continuing. Her new single, “Don’t Go Yet,” shows why.

As its title indicates, this track pays homage to her Cuban ancestry and offers an insightful look back at their family’s history. It promises to bring her a whole new circle of fans.

Cabello’s stunning visuals have already earned her over two million views on YouTube. As she prepares to release her third studio album, Familia, later this year, Cabello is ready to take her career into new heights.

3. “Good 4 U” by The Sunlight Shakers

Olivia Rodrigo made a name for herself with her pop-oriented singles “Driver’s License” and “deja vu”, but her latest track “Good 4 U” takes an entirely different direction. She ditched the ballad aesthetic in favor of power chords and early 90’s pop-punk energy – an abrupt left turn from her previous two singles but one which further proves Olivia isn’t afraid to express herself creatively.

The song opens with a staccato bass line that fades into reverb snare drums, followed by Rodrigo’s vocals. The mix is an unexpected blend of 90s pop punk with 2021 pop production. There are even occasional splashes of multi-layered falsetto harmonies similar to Billie Eilish’s debut album.

This dance song is an amazingly effective and enjoyable one that will have players of all skill levels jumping around to it. It’s great for de-stressing after a long day, making it one of the better tracks to play on Just Dance 2022. We predict it’ll be a hit at the next Just Dance competition – so grab a friend and get out there to have some fun!

4. “Mr. Blue Sky” by The Sunlight Shakers

The Sunlight Shakers have contributed several songs to the Just Dance 2022 soundtrack, such as “Good 4 U”, but their biggest contribution may be this one. Written in 1977 by Jeff Lynne and written for Electric Light Orchestra’s 75th anniversary, it serves as a testament to The Sunlight Shakers’ versatility across genres. Most intriguingly, this track is actually an updated version of an old ELO tune – marking its first appearance in Just Dance since then! Despite its price tag, this track promises to be one of the most enjoyable tracks to play throughout this lineup.

5. “Pop/Stars” by K/DA

In 2018, Riot Games unveiled K/DA, a musical group made up of characters from League of Legends. They performed at the 2018 League of Legends World Championship Finals in South Korea and their song “POP/STARS” reached number one on Billboard World Digital Songs chart.

Riot Games’ song and music video captured their vision to create an unforgettable moment for players and fans of their game, as well as for all gamers in general. It heavily borrowed elements from various genres like hip hop and dance music to achieve this impact.

K/DA are four Champions from League of Legends (Ahri, Akali, Evelynn and Kai’Sa) who sing and dance to promote their in-game skins. Initially created by Riot Games to support the League World Championship and sell in-game skins, the band has gained wide acclaim beyond just its fandom base.

Ahri is a nine-tailed fox mage League champion known for her speed and Charm ability that make enemies walk towards her. She’s one of the most beloved champions in League, known for her eye-catching skins.

Akali is an assassin-type League champion who navigates darkness. Her ultimate attack throws kunai at opponents and she also has the unique ability to shoot teleportation beams that can be thrown from her hands. Additionally, Akali’s All Out solo song is “The Baddest.”

Evelynn is a purple demon Lady that roams in shadow form. She possesses the ultimate power to transform into any type of demon, but she excels at performing intricate acrobatic feats.

6. “Think About Things” by Daoi Freyr

When you’re facing a tough day at work or simply need an uplift after a difficult one, dance music can be just what the doctor ordered. This playlist offers up a selection of pop hits, EDM originals and remixed versions of classic songs to get you feeling more energetic in no time!

Dadi Freyr Petursson, known online as ‘Dadi’ or ‘Dadi Freyr’, made waves last year at Eurovision Song Contest with his song ‘Think About Things’ which went viral online. Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic which hit Europe last winter, he had to withdraw but has returned with another tune called “10 Years,” and is ready to compete this time around.

Dadi prioritizes music and family above all else. He strives to make his music as accessible as possible in the hope that it will bring people together.

“Think About Things” is an exquisitely composed song that exudes joy and unity while offering something deeply authentic. It unites three generations of his family from across Europe, yet also draws from his Icelandic culture.

This video was made in Iceland by a team of filmmakers led by Gudny Ros Thorhallsdottir and cinematographer Birta Ran Bjorgvinsdottir. It’s an engaging family-focused performance clip that adheres to Eurovision rules while offering something upbeat and triumphant.