Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man who appears like a Mongolian farmer. He has a blue hat, a blue and yellow checked shirt, blue one-shoulder overalls with yellow tail on the back, and blue boots.
The background is styled as a farm. There is a barn, chickens, and some sheaves of hay. For almost the entirety of the routine, there is a Rabbid annoying the dancer. At the end, the front wall of the barn falls, revealing numerous Rabbids.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Put your hand from right to left, like you are throwing something.
Gold Move 2: Put your hand like you are trying to catch something.
Gold Move 3: Swing your right arm to the left as if to say, "Aww snap!'
Gold Move 4: Simply put your hands up.
Here Comes the Hotstepper appears in the following Mashups:
- This is the third cover by The Hit Crew, after Toxic and Holiday.
- The song’s avatar on Just Dance 2014 is unlocked upon reaching Level 100 on the World Dancefloor.
- The covered version of the song replaces the line "Murderer" with "Word ’em up!".
- When the Raving Rabbid knocks on the "screen", he breaks the fourth wall. This is the second time the fourth wall is broken in Just Dance, following Futebol Crazy.
- The Raving Rabbid was featured in this song to celebrate the Raving Rabbid games’ fifth anniversary.
- This is the second routine with a Raving Rabbid’s cameo, after When I Grow Up.
- The song samples Land Of 1000 Dances.
- The DLC used to be free along with Crazy Christmas for a short time but then went on to cost 300 Wii Points.
- The menu icon of the song in Just Dance 2 did not originally include a Raving Rabbid upon its debut in the game. The Rabbid was added after the song was no longer free.
- The pictograms on 1:14, 1:15, 2:02 and 2:03 are reversed.
- In Rabbids Land, the Rabbids’ dance moves are reused from this song when playing the jukebox mode.
- This is the first song in the series that does not have a reflective floor, as well as the first one that does not have the appearance of a stage.