The tiktokeuse Citron Rose signs a choreography in the next Just Dance from Ubisoft

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The tiktoker Citron Rose signs a choreography in Ubisoft’s next Just Dance

Angie Augustin is known on TikTok as Citron Rose.

Montreal content creator Angie Augustin, aka Citron Rose, is known for her humorous videos on TikTok. But she's also an Afro-style choreographer and dancer. His contagious energy on the social network won over Ubisoft, which gave him a special place in the 2023 version of its famous video game Just Dance.

The Haitian-born dancer, who has some 650,000 followers on TikTok, imagined an Afro-style choreography that she performs herself on the song Woman by Doja Cat in Just Dance 2023. You can see her swaying her hips in a typical Montreal setting: on the roof of Ubisoft Montreal's offices, in the Mile-End, with a view of Mount Royal.

The Montreal offices of video game giant Ubisoft, in Mile-End.

This is the first time that we will be able to recognize the Quebec metropolis in the game, according to Ubisoft.

Montreal is there also in the spotlight in two musical tracks: the Montreal producer Apashe signs the piece Majesty, a collaboration with the Montreal rapper Wasiu, and Witch, on which the Ukrainian rapper Alina Pash.

Angie Augustin is a self-taught professional dancer. Since 2018, she has been developing her own afros dance technique, which she teaches to the students of her African dance troupe Afrovybz Canada. Her hobby: teaching the reappropriation of the body through Afrofeminine dance.

“Just Dance 2023” game released November 22.

Fans of the singer Sarahmée have also been able to see her accompanying him on stage for the past three years.

« Thanks to its collaboration with Just Dance, Citron Rose can continue to share its love of dance, while participating in a project making Afro dances more […] accessible, which deserve to be known in their authenticity. »

— Excerpt from Ubisoft press release

The game Just Dance 2023 offers forty musical tracks and as many choreographies that can be imitated by the players, smartphone in hand as a controller, in local or online multiplayer mode.

This is not the first time that Ubisoft has called on a tiktoker to her dance video game. The ultrapopular dancer from Quebec City Enola Bédard (15.5 million subscribers on TikTok) took part in the exercise for Just Dance 2022.

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