One thing you can always bank on at a Ubisoft E3 conference is new Just Dance, and this year was no exception.

Just Dance 2018, the next iteration of Ubisoft’s long-running dance game, will get over 40 new songs this year, from Beyoncé to Big Freedia. Currently, the game’s playlist includes:

  • “Rockabye” – Clean Bandit Ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie
  • “24K Magic” – Bruno Mars
  • “Side To Side” – Ariana Grande Ft. Nicki Minaj
  • “Chantaje” – Shakira Ft. Maluma
  • “Naughty Girl” – Beyoncé
  • “The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody)” – Bebe Rexha Ft. Lil Wayne
  • “Automaton” – Jamiroquai
  • “Bubble Pop!” – HyunA
  • “Love Ward” – Hatsune Miku
  • “Make it Jingle” – Big Freedia
  • “Daddy Cool” – Groove Century

Just Dance Unlimited, the streaming service that gives players access to more than 300 additional songs, returns in Just Dance 2018 “with fresh content planned throughout the year,” according to a press release. Players who buy the game on Xbox One, PS4, Wii U and Nintendo Switch will get a three-month free trial to the service, otherwise there is a monthly fee. Ubisoft hasn’t confirmed whether or not Just Dance 2018 will keep the current Unlimited subscription fee, but if it does, players can purchase one month for $5.99 USD, three months for $9.99 or one year for $29.99.

Just Dance 2018 will also continue World Dance Floor, a feature that lets players compete online for the highest dance score in a variety of game types. The game will add a Kids section featuring eight choreographies just for the youngins’.

In our review of last year’s Just Dance, our editor-in-chief called the subscription service the “golden key” to the franchise’s success.