The background is the Mashup background for Just Dance 2015, that is, a diamond kaleidoscope which shows the dancers' reflections, and varies in color. The only difference is that some lights flash fast in certain parts.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Bring both of your hands down from creating a diamond. (#thatPOWER) Gold Move 2: Bring your right hand down from the side while giving it a shake. (Crucified)
This is the first and only song with a Mashup that serves as the classic routine on all consoles. The only other time this happened was Jamaican Dance, but that was only the case on the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3.
After playing this, the avatar unlocked will be the avatar for P4 from Wild Wild West.
The theme of the Mashup, "quatro," means "four" in Portuguese.
This is the first Dance Crew Mashup in the series. It is followed by Rabiosa.
The first appearance of Pound The Alarm and last appearance of 4x4 do not score any moves.
On the second appearance of Baby One More Time, the left-hand moves are not counted on camera consoles.
Unlike other Mashups, the dancers used in the Mashup repeat less often.
The Gold Moves for #thatPOWER and Crucified in the routine were not originally Gold Moves in their respective routines. Also, during the In The Summertime sequence, the Gold Move which originally features in that sequence has been removed.
These are the only songs not in Just Dance 3 to create a Gold Move in a mashup.
This is the first VIP routine in which the original song is not Solo.
It is also the second VIP routine (after Black Widow) in which more than one person is seen dancing.
Ignoring the World Dance Floor VIPs, the Just Dance Team is the first VIP to not use Video Killed the Radio Star’s avatar. Instead, P2's avatar from C'mon is used.
This is the second time a VIP routine is an NTSC (and/or regional) exclusive. It follows Till I Find You, which was danced by Austin Mahone.
Technically, this is the third song without a classic routine.
Jamaican Dance was the first; its "classic routine" was a Hold My Hand Mode (only available on the Wii and PS3 versions of Just Dance 3).
Ain't No Mountain High Enough is the second; although it has a normal "classic routine", it is, however, marked as a Sing-Along meaning that the dancers in that song lip-sync the words which are displayed in the middle of the screen instead of the bottom left.
According to a gameplay from Just Dance’s YouTube channel, the background was supposed to have more animations: for example, it speeds up when Gold Move 2 was performed.
Most of the routines featured in this Mashup have their pictograms remade in Just Dance 2016 style, mostly the Just Dance 4 routines.
Playing as P4 will give you a big advantage while playing this song. This is because the wave move from Istanbul (Not Constantinople) during the line "Istanbul not Constantinople" in its own song and "If looks could kill I'd be dead already" in this song, the move is a wave move, beginning with P4. Playing as P4 will get you two PERFECTS (at the most) ahead of the other three players.
The coach selection images for the routine have been updated from its original version from Pound The Alarm. In the images for this routine, the coaches are slightly zoomed in, and they are brighter when compared side by side.
When the song was made free on Just Dance Now for a week, the notification accidentally read '"On My Mind - Ellie Goulding". This may have happened because "OnMyMind" is the actual code name for this routine.
Also, the coaches from Pound The Alarm are posing according to this move, and not according to the album coach.
This routine is the only Mashup in Just Dance 2015 to have a color-changing background. It is also the first Mashup in the series with a color-changing background, as this would be a main feature in later games with Mashups.