The dancer is a female robot with neon red skin. Her head has wide blue eyes, red and green skin that is split diagonally across her head, purple-and-orange eyelashes, and a red wind-up key on the top of her head. She wears a colorful galaxy cropped tank, blue high-waist shorts, rainbow galaxy leggings, and red sneaks with green laces and soles.
The routine is performed by the same dancers from Animals. They are two men wearing large helmets styled like motorcycle helmets. Both have a very bright yellow outline with a faint red glow, which is surrounded by a violet glowing outline.
P1's helmet is mainly bright orange with a bright turquoise green lines, a pinkish magenta accent and a Mohawk with one side purple and the other side black. He wears a dark blue jacket with bright orange thick lines on the shoulders and purple lines on the front. The purple lines extends to the bottom and detaches from the jacket, looping on the hips like a chain. He also wears black jeans and bright turquoise green sneakers with magenta laces and black soles.
P2's helmet is bright orange in one half and bright turquoise green on the other half and is decorated with black and magenta spikes on the top. He wears a dark blue jacket with pairs of bright turquoise green thick lines on the chest and arms as well as purple lines, diagonal on the lower torso and straight on the lower arms. He also wears a pair of tight black shorts, dark blue leggings, bright orange ankle socks and bright turquoise green sneakers with magenta laces and black soles.
During parts of the routine, whichever the dancer is performing less vigorously will use an altered color scheme. In this color scheme, their dark blue elements turn silver, and their purple and magenta elements turn dark silver.
A rainbow spotlight is seen over the dancer, spreading its lights across the dance floor. Various animated lights of different shapes come out one variation at a time. Whenever she steps outward, vertical line lights follow her. After shortly circling around her, the lights then circle around along with her arms.
The background is consistent with purple & teal gradient lines to form triangles on a black background. Like Animals, parts of this song is split screen to show an active dancer and a dancer that is slowed down.
Radical has a Mashup with the theme "Back in the day" on Just Dance Unlimited. On the Wii version of Just Dance 2017, the Mashup can be bought with 20 Mojo Coins. The Mashup features dancers in old-fashioned clothing.
Gold Move 1: Bring your arms together, then swing them back out. Gold Move 2: Bend upwards and shake your arms over your head as if you are playing drums.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 2 in-game
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Helmet Version:
Gold Moves 1 and 3: Bring your arms out, and jumps to the side. P1 goes left, while P2 goes right. Gold Move 2: Bump both of your hands with your partner. Gold Move 4: Bring your hands up quickly, then lower your hands slowly.
Some of the gameplay gimmicks from Animals also make a return, featuring scenes where a dancer is changed color to grey and slowed down while the other is simply dancing in a split-screened background.
The Alternate Version was originally going to be a Solo and have a completely different dancer and background.
The menu colors were supposed to be orange and blue-grey instead of purple and light brown.. The menu banner was different, too.
Besides, the coaches looked slightly different in the menu assets: the color palette was less saturated, the outline simply consisted of a faint fuchsia glow, and P1’s glove was lilac instead of light green.
In Just Dance Now, the pictograms used to precede the music.
This was fixed on May 8, 2019.
An unknown female dancer, who was supposed to be the coach for a scrapped downloadable alternate routine for Get Lucky, appear several times.
No moves are counted during Marcia Baila’s appearance.