Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is performed by a trio of men. All of them wear sunglasses.
P1 has navy blue hair in a frizzy bun. He wears a yellow vest with blue and pink squares, a navy blue sleeveless shirt, a pair of sky blue capris, an orange jacket around his hips, and a pair of pink sneakers.
P2 wears a sky blue cap with yellow fabric around his face, a pink shirt with navy blue streaks filled with cyan and yellow colors, a pair of sky blue sweatpants with navy blue streaks, and a pair of black and white sneakers.
P3 has short black hair. He wears a pink sweatband, a sky blue shirt that is partially opened at the chest, a golden necklace, a pair of navy blue skinny jeans, and yellow ankle boots with black laces.
During the vocal verses, the background takes place in a Latin American neighborhood, with burnt orange architecture. The sheets hanging across the building and fence change patterns and colors. During the gold moves and the chorus, colored filters appear behind each dancer. At the chorus, from left to right, they are blue, green and orange, and during the gold move, in order of dancer performing, they are purple, yellow, and red. During instrumentals, the location changes to an archway of identical texture to the neighborhood. Likewise, the same patterns found on the sheets appear on the walls of the archway and on the ground , with the lying boxes saying "ORIGINALS".
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: This is a Wave Gold Move that occurs in the following order:
- P1: Point your right arm upward.
- P3: Raise your left leg and flex your arms up high.
- P2: Raise your right leg, put your right hand under your chin, and your left hand under the right elbow.
Gold Move 2: Swing out your right arm.
- Mi Gente is the second song in the series to feature J Balvin.
- The two artists are credited in-game with their names separated by a comma rather than an ampersand, an "and" or an "Ft.", like in other songs.
- In his coach selection image, P2’s glove is cyan instead of red.
- The background reuses patterns from the music video.
- The full gameplay of the routine was leaked on December 15, 2017, along with Sax. Its code name had previously been discovered in the Just Dance Now files.
- On Ubisoft’s Instagram post announcing that Mi Gente was released on Just Dance Unlimited, Willy William’s name was spelled as "Willie William" (with an "ie" instead of a "y").
- The song's title translates to "My People".
- P1’s glove constantly glitches to white.
- The thumbnail of the official US trailer is styled similar to the songs from Just Dance 2017, instead of using the new Just Dance 2018 style.
- This is also the case with Feel It Still.
Official Music Video
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