- African woodmask with paint on it
- Grass skirts on his waist and his ankles.
- His skin is greenish.
The dancer is dancing on a savannah. There's an active volcano in the back which throws lava and spears can be seen set up in the grass. Every time the dancer rises his hands he summons lightning which strike the spears.
There's only one Gold Move in the routine.
Only Gold Move: Move your hand in a half circle towards the screen.
- Africa Clap
- Africa Double
- Just like the Katti Kalandal dancers, his skintone is a more blue/green color rather than white.
- This song can be seen on six different games.
- The song was originally on Just Dance 2.
- It also appears on the main list on Just Dance Wii.
- It appeared on Just Dance 3 later as a DLC.
- It appeared on Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of (both versions).
- It makes an appearance as a DLC on Just Dance 4 as well it is an avatar.
- It's latest appearance is in Just Dance Now (Mobile App).
- So this is the most recycled song in the JD series, along with Baby Girl.
- Sorcerer (the artist of Dagomba) is actually Ubisoft. There is no music video, or any other video having to do with Dagomba besides Just Dance.
- The song has an avatar for both European and Japanese verison of JD, but in the Japanese version he has a smily mask, unlike the European verison.
- Looking at the files of Just Dance Now, the song was originally called Electro Tribal, but it was changed for unknown reasons.
- If you look closely, the dancer messes up on some moves.
- An avatar representing this song is available on Just Dance 2015, but only if you have saved data from the previous games.
- It also looks different; the mask now has a smile instead of the original face.