The dancer is a woman with black cornrow hair, black shoes and a black shirt. She also has a purple jacket and purple jeans. In the verses her jacket changes from yellow to purple. The jacket and jeans change to green in the chorus and it changes to blue at the bridge of the song. She has a sky blue outline which changes to green.
The background is a purple screen. Lyrics from the song appear at certain times. During the chorus, it changes to purple and green. During the bridge, the dancer is seen with a pair of holograms behind her.
There is 1 Gold Move in this routine: Gold Move: Put both of your hands out as if you are doing a "Stop" sign.
Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!) appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
Hit Em Strong
Step and Snap
In the Mashup for Run the Show, the dancer is colored differently with dark red hair, red shoes, a teal shirt, a dark purple jacket, and denim colored pants.
At the bridge of the song, when the dancer has cloned silhouettes of herself, they are fully visible until the Gold Move on the Wii version of Just Dance 4. On the other consoles however, they are only briefly seen twice for a couple of seconds. They do not appear at all on Just Dance Now or Just Dance Unlimited.
The background of the dance is similar to another music video for another Blu Cantrell song titled Breathe; the only difference is that with the in-game background, the background changes colors while the background in Breathe remains blue.
The background also resembles the ABC radio show premieres.
The pictograms are always purple, even when the coach changes color throughout the routine.
In addition, the arrows are pink in spite of the coach's glove being black.
In a promotional photo for Just Dance Now, it can be seen that the song originally had a different square with the background being blue instead of yellow.
In the Mashup, the pictograms for Superstition have aqua arrows instead of orange ones. Plus, Umbrella uses a completely different pictogram to replace the Gold Move; it resembles the Gold Move 1 pictogram from Maneater.
The album version of Hit ’Em Up Style (Oops!) lasts about 21 seconds longer than the version of the track used in the game.
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