The goings on of Fujita Ena’s “Bikini Riot” follows four bikini clad pals through their party life. Everything seems like fun and games until someone pulls a gun, that is. “Bikini Riot” feels sordid with its disheveled and dimly lit party room, and the empty pool scenes that look less than clean. Sordid is probably the feel that Fujita Ena was after, though. The song alternates between Ena’s singing voice and her rap on top of some unsettling bass sounds. “Bikini Riot” is not the fun summertime bikini PV that you were probably expecting, and that makes the product much more interesting. You can find “Bikini Riot” on Fujita Ena’s Tsuyome no Shinzo”, due on August 9, 2017.
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