A Montreal dancer and influencer with a huge following on TikTok, Angie Augustin, aka Citron Rose, has been hired by Ubisoft to create and perform the choreography included in the 2023 version of the popular franchise. Just a dance.
According to the global video game company, this is the first time in its history that a Canadian artist has been given carte blanche to create an A to Z choreography.
Quebec dancer Enola Bedard makes an appearance Just Dance 2022But she wasn’t the one who invented the dance steps.
As for Citron Rose, Ubisoft filmed its performance on the roof of its Montreal office, giving followers Just a dance Mount Royal is a spectacular sight. Never before has a terrain from here been used in a game, until today.
“I am proud to be associated with Ubisoft. From a professional point of view, it is positive,” said the person who has more than 650,000 subscribers on TikTok.
The Quebec presence is not limited to Citron Rose. Producer Apashe presents two songs including majestyA collaboration with Montreal rapper Vasiu.
In the hard section
Sarami’s dancer and afro dance teacher of four years, Angie Augustine, got to know her when she designed two promotional videos for Ubisoft. Just Dance 2022.
Mesmerized by his work, the group Just a dance He assigned her an original choreography to choose between eight songs.
Photo courtesy of Dafnée Grégoire
Angie chose Augustine girl, The title Doja Kat has given him a lot to talk about as it features the bases of his favorite dance style, the Afro.
He soon discovered that creating for a show and creating a video game were two very different experiences.
“The player can reproduce your movements.”
Level of difficulty? Again, nothing was imposed on him. “I let myself go. My choreography is in the tougher category,” he laughs.
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And the comedy?
Under the name Citron Rose, Angie Augustine became a social media star as a content creator during the pandemic. As of 2021, her subscriber count has more than quintupled on TikTok, where she showcases her sense of humor.
He admits that taking the stage as a comedian is “in his head,” but he’s not ready to face an audience just yet.
“If the public doesn’t accept it, it must be stressful. Plus, you have to think first about what you want to say, whereas I’m spontaneous. What goes in my head, it comes out.
“But there is a first time for everything in life. So, maybe, maybe,” she concludes.
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