Make The Party (Don't Stop) by Bunny Beatz ft. Liquid is featured on Just Dance 4. It is featured as a DLC on the NTSC Wii version, but on other consoles in that region and for all consoles in the PAL region, it's already on the main tracklist.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man. He has navy-black hair which looks a tiny bit spiky. He is wearing red glasses with a short sleeved dark blue jacket, a blue shirt, pink trousers, green and black shoes and a neon green glove.
It looks like the man's house having a party by himself. On the sides, it's showing the music video. There's the DJ turntable for the Rabbid. Around are some speakers with neon outlines. On the left and right are screens that play the official music video. In the NTSC Wii DLC version, the screens are blank.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Slash your hands to both sides.
Gold Move 2: Hop four times during the line "So let's break all the rules."
Gold Move 3: At the end of the song, slash your hands to both sides, much like the first gold move. This is the final move of the routine.
Note that these dance quests are not available in the NTSC Wii DLC version.
- One player gets 3 stars
- One player gets 4 stars
- One player gets 5 stars
- Get all Gold Moves
- Get the "Smooth" dance style
- Get GOOD when "Make the party don't stop" is sung
Make The Party (Don't Stop) appears in the following Mashups:
Make The Party (Don't Stop) appears in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Get Gone
- Heel 'N' Toes
- Open Your Heart
- Turn It Out
- This is the second routine, after Here Comes the Hotstepper, to feature a Raving Rabbid. However, he appears only because he does so in the music video.
- Damn is censored.
- The music video is playing on the screens displayed on both sides of the room on all consoles, except for the NTSC Wii DLC.
- Also in the NTSC Wii DLC, the lyrics are highlighted in light blue instead of neon green.
- The YouTube channel Bunny Beatz only has Make the Party (Don't Stop)'s music videos.
- Strangely, Liquid is not credited for this song in-game.
- In the song's appearance in (I've Had) The Time Of My Life's Mashup, the pictograms are in a much darker shade.
- This is the second song produced by Ubisoft to have a music video. The first was Dance All Nite. This will later happen with Miss Understood.
- The Rabbid is Bunny Beatz. This means Liquid is most likely a band and does all the vocals while Bunny Beatz is the DJ.
- On the Wii version of Just Dance 4, the sixth picture shown in the gallery below flashes up for less than a second after the song is finished playing each time before getting replaced by the results screen.
- It looks similar to the background of the NTSC Wii version except that a second blank screen is added on the far right of the room behind the right speaker.
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