Just Dance Again on June 8th
The timely new compilation presents the biggest dance mixes, remixes and edits that have proved themselves on the charts and on dancefloors, at clubs and radio across North America - from New York, Boston and Miami, to Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and beyond.
JUST DANCE VOL. 3 delivers an essential collection of impossible-to-find versions of hits by new and established Island Def Jam stars Mariah Carey (the Jason Nevins remix of "H.A.T.E.U."); Rihanna featuring Jeezy (Jody den Broeder's club remix of "Hard"); Ludacris (Groove Police's mix of "How Low"); Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris (Wideboys club mix of "Break Your Heart"); Utada (Mike Rizzo's club mix of "Dirty Desire"); Mr. Hudson (Dave Aude's club mix of "Supernova"); School Gyrls (Ralphi Rosario's mix of "Something Like A Party"); and MANN featuring Jason Derulo (Chew Fu's mix of "Text").
The IDJ hits are coupled with licenses from Ultra, starting with the vocal mix of "Ghosts n Stuff" by deadmau5 featuring Rob Swire. Also included: the Adam K & Soha remix of "Major Tom" by Shiny Toy Guns; the Michael Woods mix of Chicane's "Bruised Water" featuring Natasha Bedingfield; and the Stellar Project remix of "Secret Love" by Kim Sozzi. There are two tracks from Romanian acts: the Club version of "Love" by Inna and the extended mix of "That's My Name" by the band Akcent featuring Lora.
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