"Drum Go Dum" (stylized as "DRUM GO DUM") by K/DA featuring Aluna, Wolftyla, and Bekuh Boom is featured on Just Dance Unlimited, where it was made free to play for 3 months until February 25, 2021, after which the song became exclusive to players holding Just Dance Unlimited subscriptions. The song is also available on Just Dance Now and 舞力无限.
- 1 Appearance of the Dancers
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Playlists
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Videos
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are women who resemble members of K/DA, wearing the "K/DA ALL OUT" variants of their costumes. All of the coaches resemble fictional characters from League of Legends.
P1 resembles Ahri. The coach has silver-blonde to pink ombré hair that is let down and topped with a set of fox-like ears. Her top possesses one arm and is blue and light brown. She wears a chain attached to the side of her top. She wears a short, light blue skirt. Additionally, she wears a pair of bluish-black heels, and a glove without fingers. She is wearing bracelets on broth wrists that appear to be covered in diamonds. Her fingerless glove is turquoise.
P2 resembles Kai’Sa. Her hair is black and is held in a ponytail by a diamond-like scrunchie. She wears diamond earrings along with a diamond bracelet on both of her upper arms. Her top is black and blue with a blue neck to it. She wears a pair of black arm warmers on each arm. Her pants are light blue and possess a black waist. She has a black stripe on her right leg. She wears a pair of bluish-black heels with a diamond shape towards the top. She serves as the lead dancer of the routine. Her fingerless glove is light orange.
P3 resembles Evelynn. She has light grey hair in a double bun half up half down style. She wears a crop top coat that is blue and black. Her coat as sleeves that are rolled up at her forearm. She wears a set of gloves with spike like fingers. Her top is black and laced, connecting by a single string down her stomach to her skirt. Her skirt is blackish-blue and possesses two laces that connect to her thigh high stockings. She wears a pair of heels that are a purplish color. Her fingerless glove is red.
P4 resembles Akali. Her hair is in a “rock band” type style. It is half blonde and half black. She wears a crop top coat similar to P3. Her coat is light blue and leads to her forearm. Her arms are covered in bluish-black arm warmers, and right hand glove matches. Her top is composed of two pieces, a black zipped up piece that covers her neck, and a blue piece that covers her chest. She wears a belt that is the same silver as the stripes on her black and silver jeans. Her belt slightly dangles. She wears a pair of black boots with a blue rim to them. Her gloves lack fingers. Her fingerless glove is light magenta.
The background features Kai'sa's Symbol in the middle, with many crystals surrounding it. The floor is crystal-like and reflects the background elements. The background's brightness changes throughout the song. The Symbol and the floor flash quickly to the beat in different colors, such as turquoise blue and pinkish magenta, as the song changes.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Make the following poses:
- P1: Point your right arm to the ground while you put your left hand on your hip and open your right leg out.
- P2: Put your right arm up while your hip is slightly nearer to the left.
- P3: Do a strong pose while slightly facing the right.
- P4: While bending your body, put your left hand up and put your right hand on your chest.
Gold Move 2:
- P1: Put your arms in a diagonal position with your left arm up and right arm down. Do this while twerking.
- P2: Put your arms in a diagonal position with your right arm up and left arm down. Do this while performing a slight squat.
- P3: Put your arms in a diagonal position with your left arm up and right arm down. Do this while performing a slight squat.
- P4: Put your arms in a diagonal position with your right arm up and left arm down. Do this while twerking.
Gold Move 3: Turn to your left and raise your right arm.
Drum Go Dum is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- The Fam Jam!
- Drum Go Dum is the first song by K/DA in the series.
- K/DA is the third virtual artist to be featured in the main series, after Gorillaz and Hatsune Miku.
- Drum Go Dum marks Aluna Francis of AlunaGeorge’s second appearance in the series, after White Noise.
- Drum Go Dum is the first new Just Dance Unlimited exclusive to be released outside of a Just Dance Unlimited season event since Qia La Yong Yuan OK - Future Underworld Mix and Tui Zhi Ge in 2019.
- It is the first new song to debut on Just Dance Unlimited outside of a Just Dance Unlimited season event since No Lie in 2018.
- Drum Go Dum is the first Just Dance Unlimited exclusive to be available in Just Dance Now since New World (World Cup Champion Version).
- The preview uploaded on YouTube on November 24, 2020 was made private a few minutes after it got uploaded.
- The description of the preview incorrectly credited NCT 127 as the artist instead of K/DA.
- Drum Go Dum is the second Quartet to be rated Extreme for difficulty, after Worth It (Extreme Crew Version).
- It is the second Classic routine in the main series to be assigned a difficulty rating of Extreme, after Part of Me on Just Dance 4.
- It is the tenth routine to have an Extreme difficulty despite not being labeled as an Extreme routine, after Part of Me, We No Speak Americano (Fanmade Version), #thatPOWER (Mashup), Turn Up the Love (Fanmade Version), HandClap (World Cup Champion Version), Bang Bang Bang (VIP Made Version), Swish Swish (World Cup Champion Version), Bad Guy (Billie Version), and New World (World Cup Champion Version).
- With 122 unique pictograms, Drum Go Dum holds the record for the highest number of unique pictograms for a Quartet.
- On the album coach, P2 and P3’s positions are flipped.
- The choreography takes moves from the official choreography by Bailey Sok in the concept video.
- The routine was recorded in more than one take, as proven by a noticeable cut at the end of the first chorus.
- Drum Go Dum is incorrectly tagged under Medium, despite the song’s difficulty rating actually being Extreme.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
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