"Blue (Da Ba Dee)" by Eiffel 65 (covered by Steve Ouimette and credited as Hit the Electro Beat in-game) is featured on Just Dance 2018, Just Dance Now, and Just Dance Unlimited. This song also appears in Kids Mode.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a male alien with a leek-shaped head and pink whiskers. He wears a royal blue vest, a dark blue tank top, royal blue shorts, and dark blue shoes.
The background takes place on a blue planet with colorful mushrooms. There are a lot of clones of the dancer in the background, many of whom do the exact same moves as the main dancer does. At some moves and in the chorus, the dancer goes to space and there are mushrooms with the clones of the dancer dancing on them.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Bend your elbows 90° upwards and spin your bust counterclockwise.
Gold Move 2: Stretch your arms down and lift your right leg rigidly.
Gold Move 3: Bend your elbows 180° in front of your chest, point to the floor and move to the left.
- Blue (Da Ba Dee) is the second song to be covered by Hit The Electro Beat.
- In the UK version of the preview, the song is simply titled as "Blue".
- Blue (Da Ba Dee), along with Dharma, had their gameplays teased in Ubisoft's Gamescom 2017 trailer.
- In the lyrics, the British-English spelling of "colour" is used. Also, the word "blue" is lowercase the first time "I'm blue" is sung in each chorus, but it is capitalized the second time.
- Blue (Da Ba Dee) is one of the four songs from the main tracklist of Just Dance 2018 to be featured on Kids Mode.
- The announcement GIF for Blue (Da Ba Dee)’s on the @justdancegame Twitter page erroneously lists the artist’s name, "Hit The Electro Beat", as "Hit the Electric Beat".
- The coach’s head is used in some tutorial images for the game.
- Blue (Da Ba Dee) has the earliest Gold Move in a Just Dance 2018 routine.