The dancer is a woman. She wears a lime green top with turquoise green shorts. She has turquoise boots and long lime green socks. She wears a yellow belt. She has quite long turquoise green hair that is straight with bangs. She also has slightly large hips.
In the remake, the dancer is made darker, the lighter clothes of the coach light up, and her outline has a ray effect.
The background is very simple. There are circles which flash different colors behind a glowing platform which the dancer is dancing on. Every time "Boom" is sung, ripples appear around the dancer.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Put your hand on your ear. Gold Move 2: Put your hands up when "Boom" is sung.
The ESRB Rating summary of Just Dance 3 references the lyric "Un movimiento sexy para mi" (translated to "Show me a sexy dance").
In the lyrics, there are a few errors:
When the lyrics read "Suena por aya", it should be "allá", which means "there" in English. "Aya" means "governess" alone but has no meaning in the phrase in both Spanish and English.
When the lyrics read "Que lo menen sin pena" ("Who shake it without shame"), it should be "meneen".
When the lyrics say "Lo!/Bailan por aya", it should be "Lo bailan por allá", which means "They dance it over there".
When the lyrics scroll from "Oye!" to "Suena por aya" on Just Dance Unlimited, there is sometimes a glitch where the lyric only animates halfway when it scrolls up then skips to the top line.
The words "aquí", "así", and "mí" appear without their accent.
The Just Dance 3 teaser of the song credits the song to Reggaeton Explosion instead of Reggaeton Storm.
The first 3 seconds of the track are cut in Just Dance 4.
When buying the song on Just Dance 4, the song is credited to be by MC Mágico and Alex Wilson. This could simply be an error that Ubisoft has made.
Boom was Celine Baron's first routine she performed in the series.
On the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3, the background has more circles and the floor has more reflection to the circles. In the remake, the background is the same as the one from Just Dance 3 on the Wii and PlayStation 3.
On the Wii and PS3 version of Just Dance 3, Gold Move 2’s aftershine is missing.
Every time "Boom" is sung, the dancer does the same move, causing waves to ripple in the background (referencing an explosion, which makes the sound "Boom").
One of the moves in this routine is called boomdlc_mamita, which means boomdlc_mummy.
In Just Dance 4, the pictograms differ from all other editions of the routine.
The Gold Move 1 pictogram in Just Dance 4 is recycled from the original version, but is slightly darkened.
Plus, a pictogram is positioned a little bit under the line of the slide.
On the Just Dance 4 icon, the half coach is used, resulting in a visible fade.