"Je sais pas danser" by Natoo is featured on Just Dance Unlimited. When it was first released, it was a regional exclusive for France, Belgium, Switzerland, and some areas of Luxembourg for four months before receiving a worldwide release in February 2017. It was later released on Just Dance Now.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with purple hair in a bun. She has a purple bra and a pink and yellow cropped sweater top with purple zigzag lines on it. Her glittery pants are turquoise with purple and green stripes, and have a purple belt with a sky blue eye. She also has glittery shoes that change color, because they are overwhelmed by the colored floor. During the line Qu'ils m'ont crue/En crise d'epilepsie, the pants turn purple and the top turns peach orange and aqua, following the beat of the song.
The background appears to be a stage with a disco checkered floor and many screens. The singer herself, Natoo, surrounded by a paper outline, appears on all the screens along with words (such as "Twerk") and elements referencing the lyrics in a paper outline (for example, many fake teeth appear during the line "C’est pas d’ma faute"/"Si j’ai le style d’un retraité"). During the chorus, the background behind the screens shows many patterns in yellow, green, and purple. During the second verse, a female breakdancer appears and dances along with the coach. In the bridge, a boy wearing a disco ball head dances along with the coach until the end of the song. The last chorus features Natoo's dogs on the screens, and Natoo herself on the left side of the coach.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Bring your hands down.
Gold Move 3: Slightly bend down and move both of your arms in a circle backwards.
- Je sais pas danser is the fourth French-language song in the series.
- Je sais pas danser is the third song in the series by a YouTube personality and first song in the series by an artist who was a Youtube personality, as opposed to a former Youtube personality, at the time they were included in the series, after Gibberish and Youth.
- Je sais pas danser is the second song in the series to feature the artist of its song in the routine, after My Main Girl.
- However, this is the first time the artist appears in person, while the latter only featured pictures of them.
- The title translates to "I Cannot Dance".
- On Just Dance Now, the title is spelled as Je Sais Pas Danser.
- As of May 27, 2018, the spelling has been changed on Just Dance Unlimited as well.
- The music video uses a different version of the song, where the line "Sur les clips de Beyoncé" is replaced by "Sur le clips les plus stylés".
- Yohann Hebi Daher, a dancer who works for the Just Dance team, appears in the music video of the song.
- Kyf Ekamé, a choreographer for the Just Dance franchise, choreographed much of the dancing in the official music video, according to its description.
- Natoo wears the dancer’s outfit in the music video for this song; in other scenes, she also wears the crop top from I Love It, the outfit from Love You Like A Love Song and the skirt from Chiwawa.
- Je sais pas danser is the first routine in the main series where a person has been filmed without wearing white paint make-up.
- It is the second time if the people in the background of Gentleman are taken into account.
- Je sais pas danser is the only Just Dance 2017 routine where the coach poses the same way in all menu assets.
- Je sais pas danser is the fourth routine in the series to have a code name inspired from the artist’s name (after LimaGolf1, KiloPapaDLC and StarGate).
- The preview gameplay for Je sais pas danser is the second to feature the end of the song.
- It is preceded by Make It Shine.
- However, this is the first one that directly mentions the artist.
- It is preceded by Make It Shine.
- The routine for Je sais pas danser was shot on July 28, 2016. Natoo went to Ubisoft Paris on that day where she shared videos of her visit via her Snapchat account, including behind the scenes.
- In the routine, Natoo is wearing the shirt from I Love It and a background dancer wears the disco ball head from the background dancers of Gentleman and Happy.
- Two different outfits were designed for the coach at first. Natoo was given the choice of which one to use in the final shooting.
- Chris Marques, a judge in the French version of Strictly Come Dancing, is mentioned in the lyrics.
- He is also mentioned in some pictograms and scoring detection (.msm) files.
- The background dancers of I Gotta Feeling and the chihuahuas from Chiwawa can be seen on the screens.
- The preview gameplay for Je sais pas danser is slightly different than others. It features lyrics for the first time since Just Dance 2 and, instead of six players, there are only four.
- Also, "X" shows up in the randomized scoring on both regular moves and Gold Moves for the first time since Just Dance 2014 previews.
- During development, the song originally had a different square where the coach was in a different pose. This Beta icon could be seen on the phone screen when playing Just Dance 2017 with the Just Dance Controller.
- This was later fixed.
- When Je sais pas danser was first released in Just Dance Unlimited, it was a location-based song exclusive, meaning that if the player’s console was detected to be outside of France, Belgium, or Switzerland, the song would not appear in their menu. Attempting to use proxies would only result in failure, as the player would get disconnected from the online servers if the game detected that they were using a proxy.
- As of February 24, 2017, the routine is now available worldwide.
- When Je sais pas danser was released worldwide, there was a glitch where the song would not appear on the PS4 version.
- This was later fixed.
- The song has an English translation in the files of Just Dance Now. It is "Can’t Dance? Nor can she!".
- The coach appears on a concept art for the background of the Classic version of Waka Waka (This Time for Africa).
- As was the case with No Lie, Hala Bel Khamis, Obsesión, Bang Bang Bang (Extreme and VIP), Monsters of Jazz, A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) (Twenties Version), Irish Meadow Dance (Kids), Mad Love (Extreme), Work Work (Extreme), Shinobi Cat, Finesse (Remix) (Extreme), Havana (Tango Version), Miłość w Zakopanem, and Tales of the Desert, the preview only has four players.
Official Music Video
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