The dancer is a woman. She has brown fluffy hair and wears a green and bronze flower crown with large orange feathers, a green and orange bra, orange fluffy wings, green underwear with connected leg straps, and green stiletto boots with orange fluffy feathers.
The background is a Brazilian festival. There are pastel clones of the dancer on a yellow and black parade truck. Farther behind are large screens that display the dancer's performance. The sky turns dark, and the cart darkens with it.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2, and 3: Blow a kiss, and slowly spread your arms out to the sides. Gold Move 4: Throw your hands up and cross your left leg.
In an interview, the official costume designer for the Ubisoft studios stated that the costume for Carnaval Boom was the hardest one to create in the game because of the huge feathers.
In the menu assets, the coach’s leg straps are green and gold instead of green and silver.
The 7th-Gen versions of Just Dance 2017 use the menu icon as the album background when the song is viewed on the menu; as a consequence, the coach is still present in it, although menu banners are supposed to only show the background.
When Carnaval Boom was first added to Just Dance Now, a placeholder cover appeared on the phone when the routine was viewed on the menu.
When Carnaval Boom was added to Just Dance Now, it was the only Just Dance 2017 routine from the Mardi Gras playlist that was not labeled as a VIP exclusive.
However, as soon as Macarena had been made free on Just Dance Now, Carnaval Boom was later labeled as VIP.
On February 20, 2020, Carnaval Boom became free in Just Dance Unlimited to celebrate the Carnival Season.