"Jamaican Dance" by Konshens is featured on Just Dance 3. The original choreography (which is a Hold My Hand mode) is only available on the Wii and PlayStation 3. There is also an unlockable mashup that is available for all consoles, including the Xbox 360.
Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is a duet between a woman and a man. They are cloned to the sides to comply with the type of mode.
The female dancer is wearing a green swim suit with a orange jacket, sneakers, and a red and yellow cap. The male dancer is wearing orange shorts with green pockets, a necklace, sneakers, a red and white hat, and a black jacket. They both resemble hippies, which would hold up to the Jamaican theme.
The background is in a Hawaiian type beach. The layout heavily points to the background of Mister.
The background is almost identical to the one from Mister, except for the yellow stripes and the speakers, from BOSE (and other minor details); this means that this is the first element from a Japanese game of the series that is included in a game in the main series.
In the Mashup, a large percentage of the lyrics are missing. The missing lyrics are the beginning and the fast Jamaican-accented rapping (the part between the second verse and after the third chorus).
In the Mashup, Funkytown's first 3 Gold Moves are missing in both of his appearances, totaling to 6 removed Gold Moves.
This is the first song to lack an actual Classic mode, as its "Classic" is marked as a "Hold My Hand" mode.
This is the first Mashup which is unlocked at the start. It is followed by #thatPOWER’s Mashup on Just Dance 2014.
This only applies to Xbox 360. However, #ThatPOWER's Mashup is unlocked at the start for all consoles.
The song appears in the instruction booklet, in the part that explains how to download DLCs, even though it is not a DLC.
If you look closely at the speakers, they are shown to have the BOSE brand on them.
The song was probably promoted by Just Dance, since there is a clip in the music video that shows a girl that records a boy dancing: it strongly resembles the Autodance app. The choreo comes from the music video too.
Piña Coladas is spelled without the tilde as Pina coladas.
When "Raise your hands up in the air" is sung, the dancers raise their hands. This also happens in the Mashup for the same song where the Futebol Crazy dancer performs it.