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Here Comes the Hotstepper
Spiel(e) Just Dance 2 (DLC)
Just Dance: Summer Party
Künstler Ini Kamoze
(The Hit Crew)
Jahr 1994
Veröffent-
lichungsdatum
April 15, 2011
Schwierigkeitsgrad 2 (Medium)
Anstrengung 2 (Average)
Anzahl der Gold Moves 4
Anzahl der Shake Moves
Geschlecht(er)
der/s Tänzer(s)
Male
Mashup
Alternative Tänze
Modus des Tanzes Solo
Piktogramm Farbe Dark Blue
Glove Farbe Bight Orange
Songtexte Farbe
Anzahl der Piktogramme 87
Quellcode Namen
Choreograph
Tänzer

"Here Comes the Hotstepper" by Ini Kamoze, covered by The Hit Crew in the game, is featured on Just Dance 2 as a DLC.

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The dancer is a man who looks like a Mongolian farmer. He has a blue hat, a blue and yellow checked shirt, blue one-shoulder overralls with yellow tail on the back, and blue boots.

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The background is styled as a farm. There is a barn, chickens and some sheaves of hay. For almost the entirety of the routine, there is a Ravin Rabbid annoying the dancer. At the end, the front wall of the barn falls, revealing numerous Rabbids.


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The routine has a total of 4 Gold Moves:

Gold Move 1: Put your hand from right to left, like you are throwing something.
Gold Move 2: Put your hand like you are trying to catch something.
Gold Move 3: Swing your right arm to the left as if to say, "Aww snap!'
Gold Move 4: Simply put your hands up.

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Here Comes the Hotstepper appears in the following Mashups:

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  • Here Comes the Hotstepper was released as DLC on 15 April 2011.
  • This is the second cover by The Hit Crew, after Toxic and Holiday.
  • The song's avatar on Just Dance 2014 is unlocked upon reaching Level 100 on the World Dancefloor.
  • When the line "Murderer" is said, the lyrics says it's "Word 'em up!". It's unknown if this is intentional.
  • The dancer has a similar facial design to P1 of Kung Fu Fighting and P4 of I Was Made For Lovin' You.
  • When the Raving Rabbid knocks on the "screen," he breaks the fourth wall. This is the second time the fourth wall is broken in Just Dance, following Futebol Crazy.
  • The Raving Rabbid was featured in this song to celebrate Rabbid's fifth anniversary.
  • This is the second routine with a Raving Rabbid's cameo; it follows When I Grow Up, and is followed by Make The Party (Don't Stop) and Love Is All.
  • Some lyrics sample Land Of 1000 Dances.
  • The DLC used to be free along with Crazy Christmas for a short time but then went on to cost 300 Wii Points.
  • The pictograms on 1:14, 1:15, 2:02 and 2:03 are reversed.

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