Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer's a woman with brown fluffy hair. She wears a green and bronze flower crown with large orange feathers, a green and orange bra, orange fluffy wings, green underwear with connected leg straps, and green stiletto boots with orange fluffy feathers.
The background's a Brazilian festival. There are pastel clones of the dancer on a yellow and black parade truck. Farther behind are large screens that display the dancer's performance. The sky turns dark, and the cart darkens with it.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1, 2, and 3: Blow a kiss, and slowly spread your arms out to the sides.
Gold Move 4: Throw your hands up and cross your left leg. This is the final move of the routine.
Carnaval Boom appears in the following Dance Quest maps:
- Around The World
- Carnaval Boom is the second song by Latino Sunset in the series, after Mamasita.
- Carnaval Boom is the sixth Portuguese-language song in the series, after Mas Que Nada, Dançando, Hangover (BaBaBa), Te Dominar, and Bang.
- This song was confirmed to be in Just Dance 2017 by Ubisoft Brazil and Diegho San, alongside two other Brazilian-Portuguese songs (Te Dominar and Bang).
- In the description of the preview, the title was misspelled as Carnaval Boon for a short period of time.
- In a post on Twitter, @justdancegame misspelled Carnaval Boom as Carnival Boom.
- This is the first Portuguese-language song by Ubisoft in the series.
- According to the song's code name (Samba), the original title of this song was going to be called "Samba Samba".
- Additionally, the artist was going to be credited as Pierre Billion instead of Latino Sunset.
- In Just Dance Now, a placeholder cover will appear on your phone if you select this song. This may be because the cover for this song hasn't been released yet.
- Carnaval Boom was the only Just Dance 2017 song from the Mardi Gras playlist that is not labeled as VIP.
- However, when Macarena was free on Just Dance Now, Carnaval Boom was later was labeled as VIP.
- Strangely, the 7th-Gen versions of the game use the menu icon as menu banner when the song is viewed on the menu; therefore, the coach is still present in it, although menu banners are supposed to only show the background.
- In an interview, the official costume designer for the Ubisoft studios stated that the costume for Carnaval Boom was the hardest one to create in the game, because of the huge feathers.
- This is one of the solo routines that feature multiple copies of the dancer in the background, along with Rock N Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain), Hey Mama (P1/P3), Real Love, The Greatest, Footloose, and Blue (Da Ba Dee).
- The dancer's leg straps are green and silver, but in the menu, they're green and gold.