"Boss Witch" (referred to in-game as "Boss Witch (Ubisoft clean cover)") by Devmo (credited as Skarlett Klaw) is featured on Just Dance 2022 and 舞力无限. The song is a cover of Boss B**ch by Doja Cat reworked with different lyrics.
Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a witch with long red hair with a few braids and gold diamond-shaped earrings. She has light red eyebrows, black eyeliner, and red lips. She wears a black jacket with a hood that resembles a witch’s hat. Around her neck is a gold chain necklace and a black and gold choker. Her dark red and brown corset is covered with buttons and has dark red puffy sleeves. She also has a dark red puffy skirt. She wears black fishnet stockings on her legs and black heels on her feet. She has a thick, fading outline that changes its color between greenish blue and light green.
The routine takes place at night, on a lane leading to a mansion; a raven is shown in the routine's opening sequence. On both sides, there are floating bottles with green and magenta potions. By the lane, there are Victorian-styled street lanterns, as well as several candles on the ground. At the back, there is a dark, metal fence with a brick wall at the bottom. In the center of the fence, there is the entrance that flashes green light. Above it, a head of a black, masked cat with red, glowing eyes can be seen. The scenery is covered with green and pink fog. There are also pink lights flashing to the beat.
During the pre-chorus, the background changes. The routine now takes place in a long corridor inside the mansion. There are big, pink chandeliers hanging and swinging from the ceiling. On both sides, by the walls, candles in similar fashion to those outside can be seen. The walls are black with rhombus-like, purple shapes. There are also tall wooden baseboards in a light shade of purple, as well as columns in the same shad. One in three spaces between the columns is filled with a framed painting that flashes to the beat. Halfway through the pre-chorus, a pair of monuments with gargoyles can be seen on both sides. At the very end of the corridor, the same pair of monuments can be seen, as well as a doorway with windows at the top. There are also blue and pink lights flashing to the beat.
With the chorus, the coach arrives to a circular room at the end of the corridor. The walls are the same as in the corridor, with the only difference being the lack of paintings. There are rounded mirrors on the sides hung on the wall that reflect the coach’s silhouette. Similar mirrors are also floating in the middle of the room, moving and turning around to the beat of the song. In the center of the back wall, there is a brick-built fireplace with two candlesticks and a figurine of a cat in the middle. There are stairs leading to the fireplace with two vases on the sides. In front of the stairs, two cauldrons hanging from the ceiling on chains can be seen. Under them, there are grates with green fire. The floor is reflective with two rings coming from the middle that flash red and green to the beat. There is also a circular carpet in front of the stairs and under the cauldrons. The room is covered with yellowish green fog. Lights also flash red and magenta.
During the bridge, the routine takes place in space with many stars. Many big, blue tarot cards with images of the coach are falling from the sky. Later, they form a cylinder with some of them forming rings around it. They also start flashing purple and magenta to the beat. The routine ends with the coach disappearing in a mirror.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Turn your body 90 degrees and point your right arm down and move to the left.
Gold Move 2: Throw your arms to the side.
- Boss Witch is the second song by Doja Cat in the series, but the first to be covered.
- Boss Witch is the fourth song to have its title changed due to profanity, after Forget You, Sweet Little Unforgettable Thing, and Work Work.
- It is the second song to have its title be changed by Ubisoft, after Sweet Little Unforgettable Thing.
- Boss Witch is the first cover to be affected.
- The following substitutions have been made in the lyrics:
- "B**ch" has been replaced with "witch".
- "Whole damn cake" has been replaced with "whole jam cake".
- "Pipe a Barbie" has been replaced with "Hype a Barbie".
- As opposed to the original song, "like" is not sung at the end of "Shine bright let them put a tan on it like" in the in-game cover; however, the in-game lyrics still display the word.
- Boss Witch was leaked on a game cover by Nintendo on their website along with Good 4 U, Happier Than Ever, Jerusalema, Love Story (Taylor’s Version), Mood, and Save Your Tears (Remix).
- The coach was used to represent Leo in promotional tweets for Season 1: Astral.
Official Music Video/Audio
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