"Tumbum" (Extreme Version) is playable on Just Dance 2018, where the routine can be unlocked on 8th-generation consoles and the Nintendo Switch from the Gift Machine, and through normal gameplay on 7th-generation consoles. The routine also appears on Just Dance Now, Just Dance Unlimited, and 舞力无限.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman who wears African-style clothing with dotted pants and a white top with red dots on the sides and a red ribbon on middle of it, which is similar to Yemi Alade’s costume in the music video.
The background is the same as the normal version only with different variations of colors and shapes. It starts of and ends with a light blue background with blue diamonds that are seen floating everywhere.
Then, in the verse, the background is yellow with a patterned circles on the sides which spin around a large one in the middle.
During the chorus, there are green duck feet leaves like in the Classic but are more enlarged and move in a pattern by the coaches hand patterns.
Afterwards, there are purple-red diamonds that shift into sparkle shapes in a purple background along with sparkle shapes that can also be found in the background.
The bridge shows a medium blue background with yellow lines on the top and bottom that are facing vertically, along with some dark blue lines that are moving and facing horizontally. Two light blue lines can be seen passing on the top and bottom near the yellow lines, and a peach line passing in the middle of the background.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Throw your arms out with them slightly bent and shake your hips.
Gold Moves 2 and 3: While stepping to the left, reach your right arm to the left and pull it back.
Tumbum (Extreme Version) is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2018
Just Dance 2019
Just Dance Now
- Main article: Tumbum#Trivia
- Some of the background elements from the Classic routine are reused in the Extreme Version.
- The US and UK previews feature different parts of the song: the former goes from the first pre-chorus to the first chorus, while the latter goes from the first verse to the first part of the second verse.
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