The party rock of Chu-Z gets a new release with the quickly paced beats of “Baribarinrin (ばりばりんりん)”. The girls get a transformation from their alter egos to long coat wearing Chu-Z wota crazies via a transmission from a bow-tie wearing mister. From here the girls keep enlisting folks to their cause (and their two-handed dance). “Baribarinrin” just goes to show that even though you might resist, the wota lifestyle will infect you regardless of your walk of life. By the end of the PV, the girls enliven and bring a boxer from the brink of defeat to a knock-out victory. This is perhaps the goofiest thing I’ve seen today, but I mean that in a good way. Not to be ignored, “Baribarinrin” is brought to you in 1080p 60fps, and it looks gorgeous. “Baribarinrin”, the new single from Chu-Z, goes on sale July 9, 2019.
Chu-Z (チューズ) is a Japanese idol group formed in July 2012 to include former Idoling!! member Kobayashi Maia (麻衣愛). The name Chu-Z is a wordplay with the English word “choose”. The meaning is that the members have multiple talents like dancing, singing, talking… that can be selected. The idol unit is produced by Sasaki Yohey from Panicrew. According to the legend, only 2 people bought some goods after their debut performance at Yokohama Blitz. Chu-Z’s current lineup includes members Futaba (双葉), Luna (ルナ), Kana (カナ), Kaede (カエデ), Miku (ミク), Mayu (マユ), Moe (萌), Nishi Moeha (西 萌葉), and Kasuga Kanako (春日かなこ).
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