The song also has an alternate routine titled "Candy Version".
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl with black hair in a high ponytail, with a fringe. She also wears a light blue and yellow striped dress, magenta arm bracelets, and light blue striped stilettos. She also wears a pair of glasses, and black chokers around her neck.
The routine starts with a black background showing shiny hexagons and neon saxophones. In the verses, it switches to a disco with colorful spotlights, neon animated palm trees into pink vases with light blue circles and a stage with two yellow staircases, which features rainbow neon flamingos. In the pre-chorus, the flamingos disappear from the stage and reappear behind a yellow and red wheel in front of the stage. In the instrumental breakdown, it switches back to the starting background. In the bridge, the saxophones are replaced by neon beach umbrellas.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2, and 4: Place your arms behind your head.
Gold Move 3: Clap to the left and stomp with your right leg.
Cola Song is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- Inna is the second Romanian artist in the series, after Alexandra Stan.
- Cola Song is the first song by J Balvin in the series.
- There are many lyrics errors in the routine:
- "Do you want a taste?" is misinterpreted as "Do you wanna taste?"
- "With my maraca" is misinterpreted as "When mama arrives".
- "J. Balvin, Inna" is misinterpreted as "Shake out babe"/"Inna".
- "Sabe a coca cola" is misspelled as "Sabe a cola cola".
- "Y la gente grita" is misinterpreted as "Y la gente y grita".
- In the thumbnail of the gameplay and the menu assets, the dancer appears to have light blue glasses, but as seen in the gameplay, the dancer’s glasses are barely visible, causing them to appear skin-colored.
- On the Just Dance YouTube channel, at the end of the gameplay teaser, the Gold Move sound effect can be heard, but the corresponding pictogram cannot be seen. On the Just Dance UK channel, the pictogram is visible briefly.
- There is a pictogram error in the second verse: the first pictogram of the routine, telling the players to raise their arms up in a semicircle while walking forward, is accidentally recycled when the coach just raises her arm up during the line "But how much Cola can your body take?".
- The dancer’s glove glitches to blue when she touches her head.
- The pictogram for Gold Moves 1, 2, and 4 are colored in a darker shade of yellow.
- The dancer messes up on her footing during the line "La fiesta apenas comienza y la gente grita".
See also: Just Dance 2017/Beta Elements#Cola Song
Official Music Video