FEMM (Far East Mention Mannequins) are living mannequins consist of
two members, RiRi and LuLa. They are an electronic dance music duo
based in Japan.

FEMM’s signature song “Fxxk Boyz Get Money” went viral as a strong
girls anthem among American teens in 2014. Word quickly spread to
Europe, South America, and Asia, and was picked up by FEMM’s “Agents”
(FEMM’s fans) including some worldwide influencers. With this buzz, their
debut album “Femm-Isation” ranked in the top 10 of the U.S. Billboard
chart “World Albums”.

In the UK, they were selected as one of the “6 Acts To Watch in 2016” by
the Huffington Post and as the “Best Indies Album” by all HMV stores,
opening up a new decade in the female rap scene both at home and

Their cover album “80’s – 90’s J-POP REVIVAL” was created in the genre
of Japanese City Pop, which is a huge trend right now. This album clearly
amused lots of J-pop fans.

In 2020 they released “404 Not Found”, a six-song EP with the message of
“a brand new sound that doesn’t exist anywhere else (yet)”. This led to an
“upgrade” and launched a new era for the iconic duo as FEMM 2.0.

At the end of 2021〜2022, FEMM released two albums, “Tokyo Girls
Anthem” and “Tokyo Ex Machina”, future-retro style, that has a nostalgic
feel observing present from the future.

In these albums they have collaborated with numbers of worldwide top
creators and finally embarked on their first European tour.
With such a background, they have performed live all over the world,
including the United States, England, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland,
Denmark, Poland, Indonesia, Malaysia, Spain, Taiwan, China, etc.

2023, being their 10th year anniversary, they have announced that they are
disbanding at the end of the year. They are aiming to perform in various
countries to have a final greet to their agents.