The routine is performed by a woman and a man. They have black skin throughout the whole routine.
P1, a woman, wears a silver headband, white one-sleeved jacket, a sky blue bra, black patent leggings with silver straps, and sky blue gladiator boots. She has short black and silver hair.
P2, a man, wears a cyan backward cap, a black and white striped keffiyeh scarf under the cap, a red cross-shaped sleeveless hoodie, sky blue capris, and black and blue sneakers.
Each dancer stands on light up platforms. P1's platform is blue and P2's platform is pink. The dancers are in front of a gladiator's helmet. The background has red lines coming forward with blue pendulums swinging. Afterwards, blue pills shaping up in circles come forward, followed by purple and red pounding pillars. After this, it switches to small pebbled circles coming forward. At the end of the routine, the dancers are back in front of the helmet.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Bring out your arms, and briefly shake them.
Get Low is the first song by DJ Snake in the series.
Get Low was the first song in Just Dance 2015 that was revealed on Just Dance USA to have both the title of the song and their artists be put on the video’s thumbnail.
A Mashup was intended to be created for Get Low, but the idea was ultimately scrapped for unknown reasons. Some data, as well as a placeholder menu icon, can still be found in the files of Just Dance 2015.
Get Low is the second Duet routine in which the female coach is visibly taller than her male counterpart. It was preceded by Careless Whisper.
In the Just Dance 2015 trailer, the coaches had regular white skin and the pictograms had their default colors.
In the "Customize your Dancer Card!" message in the Message Wall, there is an icon showing a Beta avatar for P1, with white skin.
In the gameplay, P1’s platform goes away for a moment (when P1 is with P2), while P2’s platform always stays there (despite the fact that P2 is on the same platform as P1’s).
Diegho and Dina were filmed dancing to this choreography with dark lights and fluorescent paint in one of Ubisoft’s studios.