Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man who is wearing a blue cap tucked under the hoodie of his blue vest. He is also wearing a bright pink button-up shirt, blue and black striped leggings, as well as dark purple boots.
The background is a black sky with white stars and silver bubbles floating. At the chorus, the bubbles change to a blue-purple smoke with silver balloon-like letters spelling YOUTH. During the EDM part, it switches back to the sliver bubbles and bokeh lights. When the singer starts to sing, bright colored bubbles appear as they go away from each other.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2, and 3: Shake your hands softly from the top down.
Gold Move 4: Raise your right hand up while turning back.
Youth appears in the following Dance Quest maps.
- The gameplay for Youth was uploaded on the Just Dance UK channel on September 30, 2016, while it was uploaded on September 26, 2016 on the American channel.
- Youth is the second song in the series by a former YouTube personality, after Gibberish.
- The background in the final version is different than the one in the preview:
- The bubbles are more animated and the background zooms in and out during some parts.
- The wave pattern showing the title of the song is less opaque.
- Additionally, the Just Dance Unlimited banner was absent and the artist's name was misspelled as Troy Sivan for a short period of time.
- The US version of the preview gameplay has subtitles with the lyrics of the song. In them, "And the stars exploding" is misspelled as "And the stars explode, and", and "Whoa." is shown during the EDM part.
- The coach’s pose from the cover is used in the menu icon for the Zombie Quest instead of the actual menu icon.
- Gold Move 4’s effect comes after the song ends. This also happens in Mama Mia.
Official Music Video
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