Appearance of the Dancers
Both dancers are men who are supposed to be martial artists.
P1 is shown having a red karate gi, a black necklace, black socks yellow shoes, and an afro.
P2 is shown wearing a blue karate gi, black socks, and yellow shoes.
The background is an oriental landscape, likely based off China. When P2 first appears, panels of his poses are present. This also occurs when P1 enters the scenery. A frame will surround each dancer at a time, with a monochrome shade over the background outside of the frame. The dancers appear to be on high hills in front of a large red pagoda. At times, the pagoda explodes to ashes and the hill is subsequently destroyed and turned into a volcano. The pagoda is rebuilt after the second gold move, but the same course of destruction occurs. As the two men slowly hook punch each other, the entire routine suddenly blackens out.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: P2; Lift your right hand. P1; roundhouse kick P2.
Gold Move 2: Jump in the air with both hands up.
Kool Kontact appears in the following Dance Quest maps:
- This is the second routine to have martial arts references, after Kung Fu Fighting.
- On the British Just Dance YouTube channel, the title name is implied to be "Glorious Black Belts" instead of "Kool Kontact" due to the way they order the song and artist.
- The dancers have the same skin color as P2 from Bad Romance.
- On Just Dance Now, there was an error involving this song; when looking at the song in the song selection menu, the VIP icon wasn't at the top left corner of the small square. However, if you were in free mode and if you tried to play it, it would still say that you would need to purchase the Just Dance 2016 song pack or a VIP pass in order to play the song. This was later fixed.
- On the Wii version of the game, the preview audio has the fighting sound effects, while on other consoles, there are no sound effects present.
- Instrumentals for this song are reused on Just Dance Machine for the Karate dance style.
- The code name is not similar at all to the song title.
- The Nintendo Switch's version of Just Dance 2017 has this song to be played through Just Dance Unlimited.
- The original code name of the song was "KungFu", but it was changed to "KungFunk" in the final version in order to not confuse it with Kung Fu Fighting (which is identified as "KungFu" as well).
- In 舞力全开：活力派, the song title is simply translated to 功夫 ("Kung Fu").
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