Published on November 15th, 2022 | by Adrian Gunning


The wait is finally over: Let’s Sing 2023 with Hits from Australia and New Zealand is out now. For the first time, Let’s Sing 2023 with Hits from Australia and New Zealand features local artists Amy Shark and Tones and I on the cover of the debut Australian and New Zealand version.

The newest entry into the acclaimed karaoke franchise is available for Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, the Xbox One family of devices – including Xbox One X – and also playable on Xbox Series X/S consoles.

Watch the Out Now trailer here:

Let’s Sing 2023 with Hits from Australia and New Zealand presents a plethora of hits that will get everyone singing. Current chartbreakers like “Happier Than Ever” by Billie Eilish, “Butter” by BTS, “Bad Habits” by Ed Sheeran or “you broke me first” by Tate McRae get the party going. Disney fans can try to perfect their rendition of “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from Encanto. And for those who want to give hits by local artists a try, there’s “Solar Power” by Lorde or “Walking on a Dream” by Empire of the Sun – among others.

Check out the full track list of Let’s Sing 2023:

Australian & New Zealand Version

Eiffel 65 Blue (Da Ba Dee)
Shouse Love Tonight
Ed Sheeran Bad Habits
Rita Ora Your Song
Riton x Nightcrawlers ft. Mufasa & Hypeman Friday
Billie Eilish Happier Than Ever
Charlie Puth How Long
Ben E. King Stand By Me
Avril Lavigne Complicated
Lil Nas X ft. Billy Ray Cyrus Old Town Road
BTS Butter
Jason Derulo Acapulco
P!nk Get The Party Started
Gotye ft. Kimbra Somebody That I Used To Know
Queen I want to break free
David Guetta ft Justin Bieber 2U
Tate McRae you broke me first
Powfu ft. Beabadoobee Death Bed (Coffee For Your Head)
Glass Animals Heat Waves
Spacey Jane Booster Seat
Tones and I Fly Away
Empire of the Sun Walking on a Dream
5 Seconds of Summer Easier
Jessica Mauboy Little Things
Delta Goodrem Lost Without You
L.A.B In The Air
Lorde Solar Power
Amy Shark ft. Keith Urban Love Songs Ain’t For Us
Dami Im Sound of Silence
Flume ft. Vera Blue Rushing Back
Dean Lewis Stay Awake
Encanto We Don’t Talk About Bruno
Amy Shark Everybody Rise
Rüfüs Du Sol On My Knees

You can also listen to the playlist on Spotify:

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Game Modes:

  • Legend: Beat challenges and battle your opponents to become the ultimate singer.
  • Classic: Take the stage alone or with friends. Hit the right notes and crack the high score!
  • Mix Tape 2.0: No playlist is the same. Each Medley is a dynamically generated mix.
  • Feat.: Find your perfect match! The better you sing together, the higher your Compatibility Score. Sing with friends and family or even team up with your idol to max out the score.
  • World Contest: It’s you against the world!  Climb to the top of the online leaderboard and the game will show your performances as if you were singing together.
  • Jukebox: Lean back and enjoy a list of songs as inspiration for your next jam session.
  • Let’s Party: Eight players, two teams and randomly chosen game modes: this option will take your Let’s Sing party to the next level.
  • Playlist Creator: This system now allows you to pick which mode to play as well as songs you want to sing. The player can now create their own playlist and play it in classic and feat mode.

Key Features:

  • Only karaoke game on Gen 9 consoles
  • Strong playlist with 20 international hits in the base game and original music videos and additional songs as free downloadable content
  • No mic at hand? No problem! The official Let’s Sing app turns your smartphone into a microphone!
  • Sing solo or with up to four players
  • Co-op modes for up to eight players
  • PS4: choose between maximum of 4 Smartphones or 2 USB-Mics + 1 Headset (or 2 USB-Mics + 2 SingStar-Mics)
  • PS5: choose between maximum of 4 Smartphones or 3 USB Microphones + 1 Headset (Sing Star Mics not supported)
  • XB1: choose between maximum of 4 Smartphones or 2 USB-Mics + 1 Headset
  • XBSX: choose between maximum of 4 Smartphones or 3 USB microphones 1 Headsets
  • Switch: choose between maximum of 4 Smartphones, 2 USB-Mics and 1 headset

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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