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LIZ Shares 'Fake 3D Music Video' with J-Pop Duo FEMM


Watch the Tokyo-twisted visual for "Do It Again."

Following 2016's Cross Your Heart mixtape, Mad Decent signee LIZ released today a new collaboration with J-Pop duo, FEMM. The '80s-tinged single, called "Do It Again," features a "fake 3D" music video, with colorful treatment that makes the trio appear to step out of the computer screen.

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LIZ, a longtime fan of Japanese culture, lends her sweet pop vocals to the cut, which builds from a Tokyo-twisted, synth track into a manic, metal breakdown packed with FEMM's explosive raps. "You played me right, from start to end, but I let you do it again," the trio sings, delivering playful, semi-masochistic lyrics.

Apart from "Do It Again," LIZ has been noticeably quiet in 2017, but she tells OUT exclusively there's a new mixtape in the works, which she'll be releasing with collaborative visuals from team OKgrl. Producers like DJ A, Danny L. Harle, Cadenza, Big Taste and Red Wine are currently on board.

Watch LIZ's FEMM feature, below.

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