"Work Work" (Extreme Version) is playable on Just Dance 2019, where the routine can be unlocked by getting Superstar on Work Work (Classic) on 8th-gen consoles and the Nintendo Switch and through normal gameplay on 7th-gen consoles. The routine is also available on Just Dance Now, Just Dance Unlimited, and 舞力无限.
- 1 Apperance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Playlists
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Videos
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Apperance of the Dancer
The dancer is a male construction worker with a beard. He is wearing a golden construction helmet, a dark blue jumpsuit with the top half tied to his waist, a half off lime green T-shirt on his back and shoulders, a bag of tools connected to the shirt by a strap and a pair of green sneakers.
The routine starts off with a black background with large diamonds, with one in the center, and triangles adorning it. Every time the beat hits in the intro, a dark blue color spreads outwards from the diamond, and the triangles are revealed to be four black construction signs surrounding it.
In the choruses of the song, the entire background becomes indigo, and the corners of the background now include light blue mechanics spinning in different directions. Golden excavators spin and double (So it stars of with two then four and then eight etc).A circle of pink cranes spin counterclockwise while their jibs move in different directions. When the first three stanzas in the choruses end, another circle of pink cranes, slightly darker than the previous circle surround the previous circle of cranes, with the diamond in the middle flashing to the beat.
After the choruses, the background expands and turns a deep red. LED construction signs adorn the sides of the mechanics, which are now purple and covering the sides. A yellow spinning crane duplicates every time the beat drops, and the duplicated cranes follow suit all the way to the verses, in which the background becomes teal. The sides and the diamond are now encrusted with construction lights that spin quickly and beat to the time of the song. The corners of the diamond are light blue and flash white at times. Then, the diamond is replaced by a diagonal line of moving construction lights. Behind the diamond and the lights are close-ups of cranes (which are light red before the verses and the same color as the diamond’s corners during the verses) that appear to lift things up.
During the bridge, the diamond suddenly flashes a light blue, illuminating the background and fading to black before the background flashes blue. More construction signs, some of which contain dancing silhouettes of the coach zoom upwards while flashing. Behind the signs include spinning green shapes of the diamond’s fragments. The outro consists of everything not spinning and the coach’s silhouettes dancing to the beat of the song. This only happens before the buildup in the middle of the outro occurs, in which the signs slide out of the way and the diamond shapes spin faster before flashing a light blue and leading to the background after the choruses again.
At the end of the song, everything except the diamonds expand. The diamonds become a light red and the rest of the background becomes a dark red.
There is 1 Gold Move in the routine:
Gold Move: Spin counterclockwise while moving your hand over your head in a quick counterclockwise motion.
Work Work (Extreme Version) is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- All Songs S-Z
Main article: Work Work#General
- Havana, Finesse (Remix) (both versions), Mi Mi Mi and Work Work (Extreme Version) are the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth post-Just Dance 2014 routines where the coach has the same pose in the menu square and the coach selection screen, after William Tell Overture.
- The preview gameplay only features four players (instead of six)
- Work Work (Extreme Version) is the second song that wasn't put in the Extreme playlist in Just Dance Now after Kill This Love (Extreme Version).
- There is a pictogram error which instructs the coach to jump; however, he does not do so. This pictogram appears four times.
Behind the Scenes
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