Ubisoft made a song for Just Dance 2016 and it's a bit mad.

Chiwawa is an original song created by the Just Dance team with soundtrack composer Tom Salta and Japanese singer Reni Mimura.

Watch the official Chiwawa music video, below. It's, well... just watch it.

There's even some backstory:

Chiwawa is the surprising story of a girl who mistakenly steps on her pet Chihuahua. Its in-game adaptation is an energetic and silly choreography combined with cute and crazy visual elements linked to the kawaii culture. From flashy colours and flat cats on photocopiers, to ridiculous jumping hot dogs, Chiwawa offers a unique and unforgettable experience for Just Dance players.

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