"La Respuesta" by Becky G and Maluma was originally supposed to be featured on Just Dance 2020; however, it was scrapped. The song is featured on Just Dance Unlimited. It can also be found in the Just Dance Now files.
Appearance of the Dancers
The coaches are a duet of a woman and a man. They both have bold black and white outlines.
P1 is a woman with blonde hair styled in a wavy updo, with her ponytail resting on her left shoulder. She wears a cyan bustier with dark blue polka dots and edges and cyan straps, a violet bolero jacket, a high-waisted knee-length pink latex skirt and dark pink heels with the heel part being hollow. She also wears a red headband with a tied portion in the left side with two flowers (blue and yellow), black thin choker, golden circular earrings, sharp sunglasses with black lenses and golden frame and numerous golden bracelets on her left wrist.
P2 is a man with short black hair and a short mustache. He wears a vertically striped yellow and blue buttoned shirt with the upper part unbuttoned, cyan pants and pink and violet dress shoes with black laces and white soles. He also wears a pink bowler hat with a black band, circular sunglasses with black lenses and thin golden frame, golden necklaces and a golden bangle in his left wrist.
The routine takes place in a house. The song opens with both rooms being black and white. The song mostly takes place with two halves with the bedroom on P1's half and the kitchen on P2's half, seperated by a black line, which rotates and becomes off centered. The bedroom has green walls and a yellow and white polka dotted carpet. There is a king sized bed with a wooden frame, and four pillows, two long white ones, and two square shaped aqua-green pillows with a big orange circle and a smaller yellow circle inside it. The blanket is white. On each side of the bed there are two wooden dressers with a single drawer, and on top of each dresser there is a white lamp with a yellow shade. Next to the lamp on the left is an alarm clock, and below the lamp and alarm clock are two books. On the other side, a framed photo of P2 of Con Calma appears next to the lamp, and a stuffed animal depicting a panda is in the space under the lamp. Above the bed there are 3 photos, the left is a photo of C1 of Infernal Galop (Can-Can) in the middle is a photo of the background of Só Depois do Carnaval and on the right is a photo of C3 also of Infernal Galop (Can-Can). On the left side there is a window with dark green curtains. Above the dressers, there is a framed photo of the end of Nice For What. The kitchen has aqua walls, and a yellow-orange and white checkerboard floor. In the kitchen there is a wooden table with two orange chairs on each side, four white ovens, two white cabinets with a white window with three red curtains, and an orange fridge with a freezer on the bottom. There are four stickers on the fridge. The coach of Automaton (Tomato Version), the peach in the background of Con Calma, a slice of cake with pink frosting, and some buildings from Keep in Touch. above the fridge there is a clock. On the right side there is a pantry with a red curtain, a white dishwasher, and a framed photo of the gameplay of Oishii Oishii.
During both post-chorus's the map takes place in the living room with an orange striped wall, an orange carpet with a dark blue circle in the center, and a circular light on the ceiling. There is a dark red couch with two red pillows and two white pillows. Above that are the framed photos of the fruits in the background of Con Calma (in order, peach, lemon, cherries). There are also doors leading to the bedroom and the kitchen. On the left is a dark blue cabinet with a red lamp with a white shade, a photo of a moonlit shore, and a telephone from Don’t Call Me Up, on the right is a vintage TV playing the gameplay of Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life , with some roses on top of the TV.
Everytime "Que no, que no, que no y no" is said, a part of the background zooms in for every "Que no" (in order: photo of the cherries, lamp, photo of the lemon, pillows on the coach, flowers on the TV, photo and telephone, flowers on the TV again, photo of the cherries and the lemon.) And every "Y no" the black line connecting the bedroom and the kitchen gets thicker. During Becky’s 3rd and Maluma’s 4th verse, the part of the living room where P1 and P2 are turns a more purple tone, and the opposite dancer has a white background, and the pillows on the couch and the lamp light up for each beat.
Gold Move 1: Open both of your arms, and put them down twice.
Gold Move 2:
- P1: Shake your right hand while your left hand is down.
- P2: Throw both of your hands upper right and put them on your left waist.
Gold Move 3: Furiously swipe your right arm from right to left.
- La Respuesta is the sixth song by Becky G in the series.
- La Respuesta is the third song by Maluma in the series.
- "Joda" is censored.
- There are some lyrical misinterpretations present in the routine:
- The line "Amores yo no ando buscando" is misinterpreted as "Por eso no andas buscando."
- The line "Y las intenciones que tenías" is misinterpreted as "Y las situaciones que tenías."
- There are several references to other songs in the background:
- Three stickers, the coach from Automaton (Tomato Version), a peach from Con Calma, and buildings from Keep in Touch, can be seen on the fridge.
- A framed photo of Oishii Oishii appears on the right wall.
- A framed photo of Nice For What appears on the left wall.
- In P1s half, the left side of the screen features a photo of C1 and the right has C3 from Infernal Galop (Can-Can).
- Between the two Infernal Galop (Can-Can) photos, there is a painting of the background from Só Depois do Carnaval.
- Under the second Infernal Galop (Can-Can) picture, there is a framed photo of P2 from Con Calma on a nightstand.
- During the second part of the chorus, there is a TV displaying the routine of Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life. P1 also appears on a photo on the other side of the routine.
- A telephone from Don’t Call Me Up appears on the left side during the second part of the chorus.
- In the square, P2 from Skibidi appears as a framed photo.
- In the album background, the desk, the flower vase, and framed photo are differently placed.
- The song had appeared in a fanmade mashup video by Just Dance Squad member Jayden Rodrigues eight months before the official release, where he cosplayed the coach and performed moves from the routine, including a Gold Move.
- The song was later removed from his video.
Official Music Video & Audio
- ↑ https://prnt.sc/pvpn3z
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 https://justdance.fandom.com/wiki/File:Larespuesta_proof.PNG
- ↑ File:Dancerproofff.jpeg
- ↑ https://www.instagram.com/p/CA5fy-Ijpfj/
- ↑ https://twitter.com/justdancegame/status/1267501165660561408
- ↑ https://twitter.com/justdancegame/status/1288873648426713091
- ↑ https://www.instagram.com/p/CDRcbSEhDjk/
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