The dancers are two women dressed in bathing suits, they wear the following:
P1 wears a striped red sun hat. Her hair is long and straight. She wears a red and lime green bikini top and buttoned red shorts. She has red heels and red socks on as well.
P2 has no hat, but has a turquoise bracelet on her left wrist. Her hair is in a bun and is curly. She wears a teal and lime bikini top and shorts. She also has high heels but no socks.
The dancers appear to be dancing on giant citrus slices floating on a glass of red fruit juice. A slice of green lime is seen behind with straws of two colors - green and purple. There are also strawberries, cherries and a single ice cube floating with the lemon slices. A beautiful ocean view is present behind.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine: Gold Moves 1 and 2:P2, put your right arm over your head with your left arm on your chest; P1, put both of your arms over your head. Each Gold Move starts with P2 and moves on to P1. Gold Move 3: Jump up in the air with both arms out according to the Pictogram.
The dancers do the actual dance moves from the official choreography.
The chorus of the song is taken from the first verse of the song "Rapper's Delight" by the Sugarhill Gang, sung from the point of view of who doesn't understand English, and tries to sing English song using senseless words. In fact, the song talks about a gypsy named Diego who asks the DJ to put his favourite song (Rapper’s Delight), and, due to the fact he doesn't know the lyrics, he sings it in his own way.
In Just Dance Now, the last 'e' on Asereje has an e-accent (é) over it.
"Diego" always appears without the capital letter "d" (so it appears as just "diego").
On the Just Dance 4 NTSC box art, Aserejé is incorrectly credited as "Asereje by The Ketchup Song".
The dancers appear in the background of Want U Back on a photo.
Aserejé is the fourth Spanish-language song in the series.
Aserejé was removed from Just Dance Unlimited on November 11, 2015. This is the first song to be removed from Just Dance Unlimited.
The song was later restored back into the service on November 25, 2015.
To commemorate Bikini Day, Aserejé (The Ketchup Song) was made available for free on Just Dance Now for 24 hours.
On the Wii U, if one scrolls fast and immediately chooses Aserejé, the dancer from Hot For Me will appear.
In the Just Dance 4 album coach, the coaches’ feet lack their outline and are very pixelated.
In the JDTV menu, the coaches appear in the Friends section with black hair and changed glove colors: P1’s is yellow and P2’s is purple.