- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Trivia
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Videos
- 7 References
- 8 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man with a purple bucket hat with a gold stripe and a deep pink jumper with purple cuffs and neon green collar and a pair of deep pink pants, the jumper and the pants are covered with many colorful graffiti styled figures such as letters Y and O and black strips on his sleeves and kneecaps, he also wears a pair of purple shoes with orange laces and a white shank, a pair of hexagon-shaped sunglasses with orange rims, and gold chains on his neck, and colorful braid extensions. Some of the shapes on his jumper are constantly changing their colors.
During the chorus, the deep pink parts from his outfit turn into lemon-yellow and his shoes turn magenta.
The background is colorful and abstract, with different three-dimensional isometric shapes and glitch effects constantly appearing. During the verses and bridges, random 3d colored shapes with pixelated patterns extrude and move around. During the chorus and post-chorus, multiple instances of the word "Crayon" slide across the background. At the final parts of the routine, the background features a waveform textured with random colors while cubes and spheres float. The background shakes along with the coach’s jumps.
There is 1 Gold Move in this routine:
Gold Move: Throw your arms up and slowly bring them down.
- Crayon is the eleventh Korean-language song in the series.
- It is also the first to be a Just Dance Unlimited exclusive.
- Crayon is the first song by G-Dragon as a solo artist in the series.
- "Crack" is censored.
- The menu icon was first seen in the Just Dance Unlimited advert for Just Dance 2020, before the official announcement of the song.
- An extract of the routine was released by the performer via his Instagram four months before the official announcement of the song.
- The routine uses some modified moves from the official choreography.
- In the menu assets, the coach's hat has two orange stripes instead of the pink ones in the routine.
- The coach's hat brim is shorter in the avatar.
- The routine, choreography, and coach were featured in the teaser trailer for the Season 3: Virtual Paradise event on Just Dance Unlimited.
- Moreover, the dancer lacks his outline in the Ubisoft Forward trailer for Season 3: Virtual Paradise.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
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