Just Dance 2021 Song List – Confirmed Tracks as of 12/09/20

Earlier today, we got another exciting look at some more songs being added to the Just Dance 2021 song list! The new trailer reveals another nine of the forty tracks coming to Just Dance 2021 at launch!

Just Dance 2021 is a peculiar game by any accounts. In a time where motion controls seem to have faded back into the niche of the gaming world, Just Dance continues to release popularly. Part of its longevity is down to the fact that it relies on popular music, changing as that does. That, and it doesn’t rely on expensive hardware… Sorry, Guitar Hero. We still love you.

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Whatever the reason, Just Dance titles prove time and time again that dancing can be both fun and incredibly difficult. They may not offer the widest range of music choice, often focusing on upbeat chart music and dance anthems, but that doesn’t mean they’re not worth having a go! There’s usually at least one track for everyone. Below, we’ve listed every confirmed track for Just Dance 2021 as of the time of writing. We’ll update it as we approach release.

Just Dance 2021 Song List

“All The Good Girls Go To Hell” by Billie Eilish

“Bailando” by Paradsio FT. DJ Patrick Samoy

“Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd

“Boy, You Can Keep It” by Alex Newell

“Dance Monkey” by Tones & I

“Dibby Dibby Sound” by DJ Fresh & Jay Fay FT. Ms Dynamite

“Don’t Start Now” by Dua Lipa


“Heat Seeeker” by DREAMERS

“In The Navy” by The Sunlight Seekers, covering The Village People

“Juice” by Lizzo

“Que Tire Pa Lante” by Daddy Yankee

“Runaway (U & I)” by Galantis

“Samba De Janeiro” by Ultraclub 90, covering Bellini

“Seniorita” by Shawn Mendes & Camilla Cabello

“Temperature” by Sean Paul

Just Dance 2021 Song List
Credit: Ubisoft

“The Weekend” by Michael Gray

“Till The World Ends” by The Girly Team, covering Britney Spears

“Without Me” by Eminem

“Zenit” by ONUKA

Surprisingly, this is the first Just Dance title that isn’t being released on the Nintendo Wii. It’s safe to say that, sadly, that console may just be at the end of its life. Not only this, but it appears like this will be the first Just Dance that will solely be reliant on Smartphone integration in order to play. A smartphone acts as the controller, while playing.

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Just Dance 2021 is due to release in the coming months for current and next-gen consoles.