Time to step up to the mic for NOW That’s What I Call Sing

Get your microphones at the ready for the arrival of a whole new generation of karaoke gaming with NOW That’s What I Call Sing. Get the party started and sing along to the hottest popstars in the world today, featuring tracks from Calvin Harris, Sia, Rita Ora, and 31 other huge artists across 30 hit songs, in the definitive karaoke party experience.  

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NOW That’s What I Call Music is the most iconic compilation brand globally with a history spanning 32 years, 91 volumes and in excess of 100 million albums sales in the UK alone. With a track list that includes global hits Uptown Funk, Stay With Me and All About That Bass, NOW That’s What I Call Singgives you the chance to become part of NOW’s musical legacy.

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“The NOW brand and karaoke gaming fit together perfectly,” says Peter Duckworth, Co-Managing Director at NOW That’s What I Call Music. “With this exceptionally strong product that Voxler have created, we have high hopes that NOW That’s What I Call Sing will establish NOW at the forefront of this popular gaming genre.”

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NOW That’s What I Call Sing takes the stage on 23 October for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Track list:

Mark Ronson feat. Bruno MarsUptown Funk
Meghan TrainorAll About That Bass
Ariana Grande feat. Iggy AzaleaProblem
Jessie J, Ariana Grande And Nicki MinajBang Bang
Sam SmithStay With Me
AviciiWake Me Up
Calvin HarrisSummer
Rita OraI Will Never Let You Down
Demi LovatoLet It Go
Charli XCXBoom Clap
Olly Murs feat. Demi LovatoUp
ColdplayA Sky Full Of Stars
George EzraBudapest
Fun feat. Janelle MonáeWe Are Young
Calvin Harris feat. Ellie GouldingOutside
AviciiThe Nights
LMFAOParty Rock Anthem
Clean Bandit & Jess GlynneReal Love
Maroon 5Moves Like Jagger
Leona LewisBleeding Love
James BluntYou’re Beautiful
John LegendAll Of Me
Sigma feat. Paloma FaithChanging
Jess GlynneHold My Hand
Ella HendersonGhost
Lady GagaApplause


Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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