The song also has an Extreme Version available on Just Dance 2019.
On the eighth-generation console and Nintendo Switch versions of Just Dance 2019, Mad Love was one of fourteen tracks to be playable from the beginning.
- 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 routine is preformed by a duet. They are dressed in 1850s based fashion with heart motifs. They have full opacity black and white outlines.
P1 is a woman. She has light blue curly hair pinned on the left side by a lime green heart hairpin. She wears a pink and cyan bodice with a heart motif in the middle and sleeves with ruffles. She has a cyan and orange striped skirt with a cut in the middle with purple inside. She also has hot pink socks with blue ribbons, lime green platform shoes with yellow heart motifs beside each, and black cat-eye sunglasses.
P2 is a man. He has dark blue hair. He wears an open lime green coat with a heart motif with a periwinkle blue undershirt. He also wears a pair of black pants, a pair of sneakers with heart motifs beside each, two gold chain necklaces, and black sunglasses. His hair is styled in dreadlocks with a periwinkle blue hair extension.
The routine takes place on a checkered floor which shifts into shapes like diamonds, hearts, clovers, and stars. The routine moves towards a castle, progressing from a garden to a festival, and to the gates of the kingdom. The garden has arches of plants and leaves, multiple plants with a heart on them in a blue ceramic pot, with velvet curtains that rise behind them. During the chorus, they move along on the same floor except with the coach from Narco barricading the sides, and concrete and abstract statues spinning behind them. They then go to an area with heart-shaped balloons and trumpets spewing more balloons. Three balloons growing out from a pot can also be seen.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: This is a right-to-left Wave Gold Move:
- P2: Swing your arms in towards your chest.
- P1: Bring your arms down in a circle.
Gold Move 3:
- P1: Put your right hand on your head.
- P2: Get down and put your right hand on your chest.
Mad Love is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
Just Dance Now
- Mad Love is the fourth song by Sean Paul in the series.
- Both routines for Mad Love are the only ones from Just Dance 2019 to not be currently available in Just Dance Unlimited.
- The following mistakes are present in the in-game lyrics:
- "Jiggle up yuh sinting" (when Becky G says it) is misinterpreted as "Jiggle up your swing swing".
- "Cau’ me lovin’ how your body fat" is misinterpreted as "Got me lovin’ on your body fat".
- "Lovin’ how your booty pop/When the beat drop" is misinterpreted as "Rubbin’ on your booty fat/Wanna beat ya up".
- "Come in my baby" is misinterpreted as "For me and my baby".
- "When you do it is a wrap" is misinterpreted as "When you treat to the rap".
- "When you fling it up back" is misinterpreted as "When your fingers got rocks".
- The word "Steppin’" is absent in the line "Steppin’ in gyal you pepparin’". In the same line, "pepparin’" is misspelled as preparin’".
- "You never yet flop" is misinterpreted as "You never get flopped".
- "Weh mi wah fi attack" is misinterpreted as "When me walk fi ya spot".
- "Mi eye deh ’pon she" is misinterpreted as "Eyes upon cheek".
- "Girl your legs look the best" is misinterpreted as "Gyal ya light up the place".
- "Boy I’m tryna be good" is misinterpreted as "Boy I’m tryna make up".
- "But you’re making me be so bad" is misinterpreted as "But you’re making me feel so bad".
- "Spin like propeller" is misinterpreted as "Been there preparin’".
- "Spin my girl" is misinterpreted as "Still my girl".
- "Jiggle up yuh sinting" (when Sean Paul says it) is misinterpreted as "Jingle up and sing sing".
- "Unquestionable you a run the sinting" is misinterpreted as "And gyal say never you a relentless thing".
- "You ready break down my guard" is misinterpreted as "You’re ready but oh my god".
- Mad Love is currently the third routine to be available in Just Dance Now but not in Just Dance Unlimited, after You’re On My Mind and Ievan Polkka.
- The dancer from Narco appears in the background, but with black skin and a different color scheme.
- The coaches have thicker outlines in the Just Dance 2019 cover.
- A sticker of the lion statue can be unlocked in Just Dance 2020 by dancing to 7 rings three times.
- The coaches can be found in two posts made by Just Dance’s Twitter account for Valentine’s Day, 2021.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
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