"Ess Peazy, and we and de girl dem dance"

The “body-shaking music rhythm” game Samba de Amigo: Party Central will be released for Nintendo Switch on August 29th, and the party will now feature a special guest. SEGA has announced a collaboration with Pitbull, with a selection of his songs becoming available as free, day one downloads.

The songs announced this week include:

  • The appropriately titled “Shake Senora (featuring T-Pain and Sean Paul)”
  • A new track, “Let’s Take a Shot”, set to be released as a single for Pitbull’s upcoming album, Trackhouse.

Both tracks will be available via a day one update, joining another Pitbull hit, “Celebrate,” which was previously announced as part of the base game.

Of course, there’s plenty more to Samba de Amigo than Pitbull. The rhythm game will allow players to:

  • Get up and shake it in a vibrant and colorful rhythm action game with smooth controls that make the game fun for everyone.
  • Groove to 40 hit songs from the world’s most popular genres, with more arriving as post-launch paid DLC.
  • Test their technique in a variety of difficulty levels and challenges.
  • Strut that style by customizing their character with unique costumes and accessories.
  • Hit the dance floor and play online in World Party mode.
  • Show the world what they’ve got by competing on the online leaderboards.

For more information on Samba de Amigo: Patry Central, including pre-order options, visit sambadeamigo.sega.com.