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The dancer is a girl with the following features:
- Long brown hair
- An orange beanie
- A loose red leopard shirt
- An orange bra
- Gold jewelry
- Ripped denim shorts with orange, red, and black stripes
- Orange tights
- Black leather combat boots
A orange background that is shaped like a triangle. The triangles pop up as the beats raises. During the bridge the color changes to red and shems of red covers the screen. The background is closely linked with I Need Your Love and Don't You Worry Child since the background tracks the movements of the song and the dancer.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Move 1: Spin your hands in the air and spin your waist.
Gold Move 2: Hit the air with your right fist.
Gold Move 3: Pose with your arms perpendicular to your body and put your right hand up, and your left hand down.
Appearances in Mashups
Can't Get Enough appears in the following Mashups:
- The dancer looks similar to P2 of Turn Up The Love and C2 and C4 of Uptown Funk. Coincidentially, Uptown Funk recycles a move from this routine.
- The dancer's fashion was takes a lot of inspiration from Becky G herself.
- At one part one of the lyrics read "It's for the cream shout out to Meth," where "meth" (which can refer to methamphetamine) would very easily be censored. However, it is a shoutout to the legendary Hip-Hop group Wu Tang Clan, their classic song "C.R.E.A.M" and its member Method Man, so it would not be a drug reference.
- This is the third song by Pitbull on the series, after On the Floor and Feel This Moment. It is followed by Timber and Fun.
- This is the second song in which he is a featured artist, after On the Floor.
- This is the second song by Becky G on the series, after Oath. It is followed by Built For This.
- A Just Dance player from YouTube leaked this and the other December DLC's.
- This dancer appears and disappears very similarly to the dancers from My Main Girl and I Need Your Love, as they were all December DLC's.
- This is the tenth spanish song in the series, is preceded by Boom, Mamasita, Jambo Mambo, Aserejé (The Ketchup Song), I Like It, Livin' la Vida Loca, María, Limbo and Follow The Leader. Is followed by Bailando, Macarena, Rabiosa, En Mi Mundo, and Junto a ti.
- When the lyrics in this is compared to all the YouTube lyric videos and lyric website pages for this songs, they are different from each other.
- ''Hay que darles fuego'' (Let's give them fire) appears incorrectly as ''A que vales fuego'' (your price is fire), completely changing the meaning.
- The song in the routine is different from the one the music video, as Becky's voice in the first verse of the routine more upbeat than the music video.
|Downloadbarer Inhalt in Just Dance 2014|
| American Girl • Applause (Alternate) • Beauty And A Beat • Blurred Lines (Extreme) • Can't Get Enough • Can't Hold Us|
Dançando • Die Young • Don't You Worry Child • Funhouse • Gangnam Style • I Need Your Love • Just Dance (Sweat)
Moves Like Jagger • My Main Girl • One Thing • One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks) • Part Of Me
Pound The Alarm (Extreme) • Roar • Rock n Roll • Sexy And I Know It • #thatPOWER (On-Stage) • The Other Side
The World is Ours • Timber • Wake Me Up • Waking Up in Vegas •
What About Love