"Smile" or "Улыбайся" by IOWA is featured on Just Dance 2016 and Just Dance 2017 as a Just Dance Unlimited exclusive. It was available on the main tracklist in Russian copies of the game for all consoles. It is also featured on Just Dance Now.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman wearing a glittery purple jacket over a cobalt blue tank top, a pair of black leggings, a grey-blue bandanna around her neck, a pair of dark blue boots, and has black hair tied into a ponytail.
A disco balled-based wall with a rounded pixelated turning digital panel that constantly switch colors. The squares may also twist around.
There are 5 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Move your arms downwards vigorously and kick with your left leg.
Gold Moves 3 and 5: Punch the air with both hands. The fifth Gold Move concludes the routine.
Gold Move 4: Swing your right arm and bring it down diagonally in a strike (similar to Let's Go To The Mall).
- This is the first Russian-language song in the entire series.
- The translated lyrics can be found here.
- The lyrics are written in the Cyrillic alphabet instead of the Latin alphabet, and they appear in a different font than usual. This is the first song in the main series to do this, followed by Imya 505.
- This is the fifth eighth-gen exclusive song in the entire series, after Ain't No Other Man, Domino, Want U Back. It is preceeded by all the following Just Dance Unlimited routines.
- In the routine, the dancer's outline fades out near the end of her boots which causes part her boots to blend with the black background. This is not the case in the square.
- This is the first Just Dance Unlimited exclusive song to be added on Just Dance Now.
- The placement of the song in the menu varies depending on the game:
- On Just Dance 2016 and Just Dance 2017, it is at the very beginning of the Just Dance Unlimited A-E section (before #thatPOWER).
- On Just Dance 2018, the song was not listed in the Just Dance Unlimited menu at the game’s launch and could only be found through the search feature. In November 2017, it was added to the end of the A-E section (after Eye of the Tiger).
- On Just Dance Now, the song was placed in the Songs S-Z section for a period of time in accordance with its English title (after She's Got Me Dancing). In June 2016, the song was moved to the end of the S-Z section.
- On Just Dance Now, the end of the routine freezes.
- A lot of lyrics (like "Ah, ooh ah, yeah yeah") that are heard in the song do not appear in the lyrics.
Official Music Videos
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