"Moving on Up" by M People is featured as the last DLC on Just Dance 2. It is also featured on the main tracklist of Just Dance: Summer Party/Extra Songs, in which the song is covered by The Lemon Cubes.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with purple curly hair, a purple, green, and blue striped sequin tunic tank, indigo leggings, and purple patent high heel boots. She's also wearing a blue bracelet on her right arm and green earrings.
The background is a stage, with a purple glowing stand that the dancer is dancing on. There are four female silhouettes who dance with the dancer under golden headlights. Around is a large silhouette audience dancing and grooving to the song.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Move 1: Bend your arms, keeping them upwards, with your hands behind your head.
Gold Move 2: Squat down and put both of your hands on your knees.
Gold Move 3: Get down on your knees and throw your arms out. This is the final move of the routine.
Moving on Up appears in the following Mashups:
Moving on Up appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Clapping Queen
- Driving Queen
- Girlie Show
- Looking For You
- Pointing Queen
- Shimmy Queen
- Vogueing Queen
- Along with Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of Monika), this song appeared on Just Dance 2 as a DLC, using its original version and having the original artist credited, only to reappear on Summer Party/Extra Songs, using a covered version that is by The Lemon Cubes.
- This is the second cover by The Lemon Cubes, after Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of Monika). It is followed by Boys (Summertime Love).
- The pictograms were going to be in a shade of red instead of purple.
- The line "Take it like a man baby" appears as one line the first time it is sung, but the second time it is sung, it is divided into two lines ("Take it like a man/baby").
- During the bridge, when the coach touches the floor, the blue lines on her shirt turns purple.
- The routine's background is highly similar to that of Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) in ABBA: You Can Dance.
- The version of the song used in the Just Dance Now remake is the original, similar to Mambo No. 5.
- There are some graphical differences between the Just Dance 2 version and the Just Dance: Summer Party version:
- In Just Dance 2, the background is already displayed; in Just Dance: Summer Party, every element of the background appears one by one, including the coach.
- In Just Dance: Summer Party, the background spotlights have some extra effects.
- The first part of the Gold Move effect is removed in Just Dance: Summer Party.
- On Just Dance: Summer Party, if there are enough perfects to get the "On Fire" mode, the fire will not be displayed. It will, however, play the brief sound and give extra points.
- The line But you can't even find my face appears as But you can't even find my place.
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