Cambridge, Mass. – April 9th, 2012 – Harmonix is excited to announce it will be adding three hot dance routines to Dance Central2 this April!

On April 10th, Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP’s “We No Speak Americano” hits the Dance Central 2 Music Store! The song was a hit when it released in 2010, and remains a popular dance track in clubs worldwide.

“Commander,” from Kelly Rowland’s 2010 album Here I Am, comes to the Music Store on April 17. A collaboration with producer David Guetta, “Commander” is sure to get your heart beating with its danceable, bouncy rhythm and “Hardcore” Dance Central 2 difficulty.

Pitbull’s “Give Me Everything,” featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer, caps off April’s Dance Central 2 add-on content. Off of 2011’s Planet Pit, “Give Me Everything” was one of 2011’s hottest and best-selling digital singles, with over 8 million sales worldwide! The track hits the Music Store on April 24.

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

April 10
Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP – “We No Speak Americano”

  • Difficulty – Hardcore
  • DC Choreographer – Ricardo Foster Jr.

April 17
Kelly Rowland ft. David Guetta – “Commander”

  • Difficulty – Hardcore
  • DC Choreographer – Marcos Aguirre

April 24
Pitbull ft. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer – “Give Me Everything”

  • Difficulty – Tough
  • DC Choreographer – Frenchy Hernandez

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!

Website Links:

Dance Central Website
Dance Central on Facebook
Dance Central on Twitter

Dance Central 2 is rated “T” for Teen (lyrics) by the ESRB. Music downloads are not rated by the ESRB.

For more information on Dance Central 2 and Harmonix Music Systems please visit and

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* An additional fee, Xbox LIVE, storage device and the original Dance Central game are required to import songs from Dance Central.

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