Cambridge, Mass. – May 7th , 2012– May is a huge month for fresh music and routines for Dance Central™ 2 fans, with hot new add-on content coming to the Music Store this month!

All-girl group Spice Girls blew up the charts in the 90s, with danceable tunes and a Girl Power message that helped define a decade of pop music. On May 8 “Spice Up Your Life,” the group’s 1997 single, comes to the Music Store.

On May 15, “Hello Good Morning,” the Diddy-Dirty Money track from 2010’s Last Train to Paris will be available for download. This hip-hop track features rapper T.I. and was hot on the Billboard charts as well as in dance clubs worldwide.

A Tribe Called Quest’s “Scenario,” from 1991’s The Low End Theory, comes to the Music Store on May 22. Considered one of the greatest hip-hop songs of all time, the routine for this influential track features a “Legit” difficulty level.

Finally, on May 29, Flo Rida’s “Low” comes to the Dance Central 2 Music Store. Flo Rida’s 2007 debut single, “Low” is certified six-times platinum and held the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for a stunning ten consecutive weeks!

All tracks will be available in the Dance Central 2 in-game Music Store, or from the Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for 240 MS Points each.

May 8
Spice Girls – “Spice Up Your Life (Stent Radio Mix)”

  • Difficulty – Simple
  • DC Choreographer – Marcos Aguirre

May 15
Diddy-Dirty Money ft. T.I. – “Hello Good Morning”

  • Difficulty – Legit
  • DC Choreographer – Nick DeMoura

May 22
A Tribe Called Quest – “Scenario”

  • Difficulty – Legit
  • DC Choreographer – Devin Woolridge

May 29
Flo Rida – “Low”

  • Difficulty – Moderate
  • DC Choreographer – Chanel Thompson

Dance Central 2 supports over 100 danceable songs, available via on-disc tracks, song importing from the original Dance Central*, and downloadable content from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace. The party never has to stop with downloadable content added every month to keep your body moving on the dance floor!

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