"Adeyyo" by Ece Seçkin is featured on Just Dance 2019, Just Dance Now, and Just Dance Unlimited. The routine was also planned to appear on Kids Mode in Just Dance 2019, but it was never added in the final version for unknown reasons.
- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Playlists
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Videos
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman. Her hair is pink and tied into two long conical hives that stick out on each direction. Her hair is wrapped up in violet ribbons, that forms a central headpiece in the front, and the ends flow freely from the back. The upper half of her face is painted orange, with a sky-blue line separating the face paint from the rest of the face. She is adorned in a celestial dancer's costume which consists of an orange bra, with an orange cloth attached to the lower rim of the bra. The cloth has multiple strips, which are folded upwards covering the right half of the chest, and attached togetherly to a light blue badge, that extends from her light blue choker. She wears a loose orange long skirt, with deep sections cut out over each leg, giving a three-sectioned clothing piece. The skirt has patches of sky blue designs towards the bottom. She wears a rope-like light blue hip girdle over the skirt, sky-blue bracelet on her left hand, and sky blue anklets on both of her feet. She has intricate henna-like tattoos on both her right leg and arms, which are pink in color.
During the chorus, her white skin turns into a shade of purple, her clothing turns purple, her hair turns blue, her orange facepaint turns violet, and both of her tattoos turn yellow and have a bright glow.
The background takes place in a relaxing forest. A rocky waterfall is seen flowing in the background and emitting a dark blue aura. Some leaves and branches of trees are seen swaying near the waterfall. The floor of made up of a patterned stone pavement with overgrowth of leafy plants, bushes, grass, and small yellow sunflowers on the sides and coming through cracks. There are remains of a building and pillars, most likely inspired by Ottoman (Turkish) architecture, covered in vines and ivy. Some of the pillars are collapsed and broken, scattered across the background. The overgrown plants illuminate yellow or pink and a pink glow with symbols similar to the pattern on the coach's leg comes from the ground, following the movements of the dancer.
During the chorus, a large burst of light and colored smoke that looks like large leaves emerge from behind the coach, travelling across the landscape. Most of the surroundings including the waterfall, floor, and architecture turn to a dark blue or black color, while the plants on the stone and ivy on the pillars turn magenta pink, yellow, and aqua blue. A bright white glow and some sparkles appear over the plants when the coach motions in their directions and to the beat of the music. More leaf-shaped smoke patterns appear and dissolve throughout the chorus. At the end of the chorus, the burst of light travels in and everything reverts to the original colors.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: When your hands are raised, move them to your hips fast closed in a fist.
Gold Move 2: Leaned a bit to the right, move your arm to the right over your forehead as if you are wiping out a sweat.
Adeyyo is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
- Around the World
- Girl Power!
- Simple Dances
- Beginning of Just Dance World Cup
- Just Dance 2019
- Middle East Inspirations
Just Dance Now
- Passport In A Playlist
- Bloom Boom!
- Ready Player Dance
- All Songs A-E
- Adeyyo is the second Turkish-language song in the series.
- In an Instagram story posted by Just Dance’s offical account to announce the availability of an one-month-long Just Dance Unlimited subscription, Adeyyo’s unused Kids Mode menu icon can be briefly spotted.
- The coach’s hips also glitch purple at times.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
- https://youtu.be/a9nyHUGl5XA?t=191s (better source needed)
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