"Baby Girl" by LT and Rican (credited as "Reggaeton" in-game) is featured on Just Dance 2, Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited. The song is featured on Just Dance 3 and Just Dance 4 as a downloadable track, and on Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of as a unlockable via D-Pad track. It was also featured on 舞力全开：活力派 before the shutdown of the game.
- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Mashups
- 5 Captions
- 6 Appearances in Playlists
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
- 9 Videos
- 10 References
- 11 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a man with a mustache and beard. He is wearing a big red-and-yellow rasta type beanie or cap over his head, that has hints of green also on it. He also wears a light green shirt, a red, green and white vest, a pair of red shorts as well as a pair of yellow sneakers. He also wears a golden necklace with a golden-yellow pendant.
The background is a city street with lighted buildings. Around the dancer are some speakers, lights, cameras, and wires, which may mean that the dancer is being filmed or perhaps basking.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Flip your arms up and down. These moves are done consecutively.
Baby Girl appears in the following Mashups:
Baby Girl appears in Puppet Master Modes and Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to the dance moves.
- Jamaican Fish
- Ragga Shake
- Rasta Curves
- Rasta Groove
- Rasta Whip
Baby Girl is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
- Cap It Off
- Just Dance 2
Just Dance Now
- Passport In A Playlist
- All Songs A-E
- On Just Dance: Greatest Hits, Baby Girl can be unlocked with a D-Pad code. The code is Up-Up-Right-Right-Down-Down-Left-Left.
- The Just Dance 4 version of Baby Girl is the only DLC that is not available for Wii U.
- Baby Girl is one of 13 songs in Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited to be from a main series game earlier than Just Dance 4 to have differences between the menu icon, cover, and coach selection image poses. In Baby Girl’s case, the pose on the cover is different to the menu icon and coach selection image poses.
- As seen in several promotional images, a background similar to Baby Girl’s was used for Let’s Get It Started, which was initially planned to be featured in Just Dance 2 and Just Dance 3.
- In Just Dance 2, the menu icon is flipped.
- From Just Dance 2 to Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, the pictograms have purple arrows in spite of the coach’s glove actually being yellow. This issue has been fixed starting from Just Dance 4, where the arrows match the glove color.
- In Just Dance 3 for Xbox 360, the Shake icon is identical to the Gold Move pictograms.
- Unlike other remakes of Just Dance 2 routines, the cheering sound at the beginning and at the end is not removed in the Just Dance 4 version, nor in later versions.
- Along with Die Young and Primadonna, Baby Girl was accidentally released for a brief amount of time on the PlayStation Network during late-March 2013.
- In the Just Dance 4 preview gameplay, the artists are accidentally credited as "Reggaeton Storm".
- Two pictograms for the remake were changed after the release on Just Dance Now. The former versions had a spiral arrow, which is removed in all the later appearances.
- In the preview in Just Dance Now, when the coach performs the Gold Moves, the effect is missing.
- When the player performs at least one of the Gold Moves correctly on Just Dance Unlimited, they will gain the next star but the star bar does not reach the star icon.
- Baby Girl is not included in the Just Dance 2 playlist on Just Dance Unlimited via Just Dance 2017.
- Baby Girl was referenced by Ubisoft in the ESRB label of Just Dance 2, in which the following lyric was cited: "touch my body with the proper care,".
- Baby Girl is one of the most recurring songs in Just Dance, being on 8 games
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