April 25, 2012 (
JD3) November 20, 2012 ( JD4) October 22, 2015 ( JD2016) July 26, 2016 ( ZH2) December 7, 2017 ( JDU)
2 Medium (Remake)
Total Calories Burnable ( kCal)
Dagomba (GH/BO) ElectroTribalDLC (Remake)
"Dagomba" by Sorcerer is featured on , Just Dance 2 , Just Dance Wii (as a DLC), Just Dance 3 / Just Dance: Greatest Hits , Best Of (as a DLC), Just Dance 4 , Just Dance Now (as a Ubisoft Club unlockable), Just Dance 2016 , and 舞力全开：活力派 .
Just Dance Unlimited
Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a male tribal dancer with greenish skin. He wears a painted African wood mask, a brown grass skirt, as well as two brown wristbands on each arm. In the remake, he is slightly brighter.
The background is a savanna. There is an active volcano in the far background which spews lava, and spears can be seen set up in the grass. Every time the dancer raises his hands, bolts of lightning strike the spears.
There is 1
Gold Move in this routine:
Gold Move: Move your right hand in a half circle towards the screen meanwhile your left hand is behind your back and hanging.
Dagomba appears in the following Mashups:
Dagomba appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
Appearances in Playlists
Dagomba is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
All Songs A-E
Dagomba is the first song produced by Tom Salta in the series.
Being featured in ten games ( , Just Dance 2 , Just Dance Wii , Just Dance 3 / Just Dance: Greatest Hits , Best Of , Just Dance 4 , Just Dance Now , Just Dance 2016 and 舞力全开：活力派 ), Just Dance Unlimited Dagomba is the most recurring song in the series.
Just Dance "Don’t stop, hey" is heard in the song, but it does not appear in the lyrics.
, Crying Blood Dagomba, and Rockafeller Skank are the first four coaches to appear twice in a row in a Mashup (the former two in Walk Like an Egyptian , the third one in Pump It and the latter in Jamaican Dance ).
Baby One More Time As is the case with the coaches in , Katti Kalandal Dagomba’s skin tone is more bluish-green than white.
It was even darker in the Beta version.
Dagomba’s background can be seen in .
Spice Up Your Life In (Mashup), the original Gold Move has been removed.
Take On Me In Just Dance 4, the original pictograms are mixed with new ones in Just Dance 4 style; from Just Dance Now onwards, instead, every pictogram is in Just Dance 4 style.
In Just Dance 4, the pictograms from Just Dance 2 are in a lower resolution than the remade ones due to the increased size of the pictogram slide.
In Just Dance 4 and , Just Dance 2014 Dagomba’s avatar has his in-game mouth, while in and onwards, his avatar is smiling.
Just Dance Wii U
In Just Dance 4, the avatar’s nose and the stain of the chin are missing.
In Just Dance 2016, the pictograms appear before the coach actually performs their moves. This issue was fixed on Just Dance Unlimited.
The coach is remastered in Episode 5 of Dance Lab.
In Just Dance Unlimited, Dagomba is labelled as a song from Just Dance 4 rather than Just Dance 2.
However, it is still on the Just Dance 2 playlist.
Just Dance 4 album background Just Dance Unlimited menu banner Just Dance Unlimited cover
Just Dance 2/ Just Dance Wii ready screen Just Dance: Greatest Hits coach selection screen (Wii) Just Dance: Greatest Hits coach selection screen (Xbox 360) 舞力全开：活力派 coach selection screen Just Dance Unlimited loading screen (2018) Just Dance Unlimited coach selection screen (2018)
Dagomba on the
Just Dance Now menu (updated) Just Dance Now coach selection screen (updated) Just Dance Now scoring screen (updated)
Sorcerer - Dagoba (Official Version In HD Surround)
Dagomba (Official Audio) - Just Dance Music
Dagomba - Gameplay Teaser (US)
Just Dance 2 Interview with Tom Salta
Dagomba - Just Dance Greatest Hits (Wii)
Dagomba - Just Dance Greatest Hits (Xbox 360)
Dagomba - Just Dance 2016
Dagomba (Mobile Version) - 舞力全开：活力派
Dagomba - Just Dance 2017
Dagomba - Just Dance 2018
Dagomba - Just Dance 2019
Just Dance 2 NOGUI Dagomba
Just Dance Greatest Hits Extract Dagomba
Just Dance 4 DLC Extract Dagomba