The dancer is a belly dancer. She has black curly hair. She wears a gold feather headband, a gold sequin bra, a pair of gold shorts with a long pink sparkly skirt (along with a green skirt as well), and some gold anklets.
The routine takes place in front of a wall of colorful kaleidoscopes of shapes and colors.
There is only 1 Gold Move in this routine: Gold Move: Hop and swing both of your arms upward.
Fatima appears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves.
Oriental Left Right
Lasting only 1:50, Fatima is the shortest song on Just Dance 2015, and the second shortest song in the entire franchise. The only song shorter than Fatima is Acerola Taiso no Uta (at 1:05).
Fatima is the thirteenth song in the series to come from APM Music, and the only song in Just Dance 2015 to come from a stock production music library. Like all other APM Music songs in the series, a fictional pseudonym is listed as the artist name instead of the original composers.
This is the last APM Music song to be playable as a regular track, although several more would later be used in Just Dance Machine and Kids Mode.
Fatima is the first song by "Cheb Salama" in the series. It is followed by Leila, which is an original song by Ubisoft.
The dancer holds onto the left side of her skirt for the entire routine.
French words are sung during the song. Mentioned in the lyrics are "histoire d’amour" which means "love story".
Fatima is the first Arabic song in the series. It was most likely performed in a Moroccan or Algerian dialect.