As a closure to their 10-year career, Japanese mannequin duo FEMM release their last EP “CHERRY” on November 15.

In the music video for the lead track “CHERRY on TOP,” they wear iconic costumes from their past. The video reminds us of their whole history, like the twerking choreography from their signature song “Fxxk Boyz Get Money,” and an homage of fan-favorite track “Kill the DJ.” 

They also appear at iconic Tokyo locations where the origin of FEMM first began.

By revisiting these scenes that are uniquely FEMM, the video offers a poignant final curtain call that will touch your heart.




The EP also includes each member’s first ever solos.


RiRi sings “Living in the Spotlight,” which is strong and vulnerable at the same time. It can really illuminate her colorful character. Meanwhile, LuLa’s “Butterfly to the Moon” shows gratitude to FEMM agents (fans), while embracing her past and still try to move on to a new future.


Other songs are “SUN,” which lightens our darkest hour, and “We Flood the Night (MYLK Remix),” a rerub of a classic FEMM track with a new touch.


FEMM has been traveling worldwide to deliver their songs and messages to their agents. This year began by performing in Poland at “Magnificon Expo,” followed by a headline performance at “Hyper Japan,” UK’s largest Japanese-culture festival. Then flew to Germany’s “Geek Festival” and “Anime Weekend Atlanta” in the United States. FEMM will also appear at “Comic Con Arabia,” which will be held in Saudi Arabia from November 30 to December 1, as they make one last farewell lap of the world.

Digital EP “CHERRY” released on November 15th, 2023

Download and streaming:

Track list:

1.CHERRY (theme song for rap-battle series “Freestyle Nippon Toitsu”)

2. Living in the Spotlight

3. Butterfly to the Moon

4. SUN

5. We Flood the Night (MYLK Remix) 

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