"Chasing Dragons" by Assaf Rinde is featured on Just Dance 2018 as part of Kids Mode, the song also appears on Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited. In the game, the song is listed as "Pixie Land", and the artist is credited as “The Sunlight Shakers”.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman who represents a fairy. She has pink hair tied into a bun. She wears a green long-sleeved shirt with pink decorations, a pink skirt, orange shoes, and yellow fairy wings. She also has a wand that also has the same color of glove. During the beginning of the song, all of her pink elements (besides her hair) are dark blue, her shirt and shoes are powder blue, and her fairy wings and hair are purple, however her wand and glove stay the same.
The dance takes place on a pond surrounded by many plants. In the beginning of the song, the background is in a winter theme, with the pond and plants being frozen, trees and twigs with hanging icicles and the ground covered in snow. The dancer sweeps away the snow surrounding the frozen pond, while two frozen leaves fall off.
The background then turns into a spring theme, thus melting the pond and icicles. Lotuses come out of the pond, and four-leaf clovers and dandelions sprout out from the ground, then canterbury bells grow from both sides. Then the said plants now get swept away, and small leaves grow above the pond while the twigs now grow leaves and flowers. More flowers grow before the end of the song. Then at the end of the song, petals fall from the sky and the canterbury bells grow back again, and the background closes with a circle transition.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Swing your arms to the right while sliding up.
Pixie Land is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- Kids Corner
- All Songs K-R
- Pixie Party!
- The assets show that the coach’s wings are fully opaque, but in the routine the wings are translucent.
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