The song was originally supposed to be on Just Dance 2018, but was scrapped for unknown reasons. It was also planned to be on the main tracklist of Just Dance 2019, but was removed and later added to Just Dance Unlimited.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a female criminal with black hair in two braids. She wears a latex fuchsia suit with teal storage packets around her leg, arm, and waist. She also wears a pair of high heel boots, along with golden earrings, a golden wristwatch, and a golden necklace. She has a cyan outline throughout the routine, but during the chorus and bridge, her outline is yellow.
The dance takes place in a golden bank vault. The dancer drops down from a skylight and in front of the vault.
When Becky G begins to sing, the vault opens and reveals gold bars, a golden diamond, and a golden vault. Throughout the dance, golden lasers start flashing. In addition, the lights on the floor start spinning, as if the background is a disco dancefloor.
During the pre-chorus, the camera zooms into the safe box, showing green drawers with diamonds inside. The inner light of the drawers switch between pink and turquoise to the rhythm. After Gold Move 1, the camera moves down, fading into green and pink drawers.
During the chorus, the drawers’ handles start to flicker. Additionally, the dancer seems to avoid the cyan and fuchsia lasers.
In the post-chorus, the background fades into a dark pink background with pink lasers. Behind the dancer is a spinning pink diamond.
In the bridge, the color scheme of the background turns golden, and features video cameras of the dancer.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Jump up and put your hands above your head.
Gold Moves 2 and 3: Quickly place your hands near your shoulders.
- Mayores is the fifth song by Becky G in the main series.
- "Cuando hacemos groserías", "más grandes", "quepa en la boca", "Y en la cama te duro lo que él no dura", "los juguetes" and "de paquete" are censored.
- Mayores, along with Bad Girl, Bang Bang Bang, Deep, Gee and Growl, is one of the few known songs to be scrapped from two different games.
- Along with Soul Bossa Nova, Mayores was the last song to be added to Just Dance Unlimited via Just Dance 2019.
- An early version of the routine can be found in the Just Dance Unlimited servers, where the coach’s glove is orange instead of green, and the recordings projected on the screens in the bridge are different, brighter and stretched up vertically.
- There are also an unedited menu icon and early assets where the coach has a different color scheme: her hair and boots are more eggplant purple than violet, her jewellery is lighter, her suit is bordeaux red instead of dark fuchsia, her glove is lilac and light blue instead of green, and her glow is light blue instead of yellow.
- Mayores was first found in the files of Just Dance Now.
- Despite not being available in-game, the avatar of Mayores was found in the Just Dance 2019 files.
- Despite having the Just Dance 2019 tag in its song menu entry, Mayores appears under the Just Dance 2018 tag when using the search functionality.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
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