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Who Sang Kamen Rider Fourze's Opening?

Who Sang Kamen Rider Fourze's Opening?
Due to Kamen Rider Fourze's utter secrecy, Avex Rider Sound now have a guessing competition to guess the artist for the 13th Heisei Kamen Rider series' opening. The contest will end on September 1st.

Previously, Amazon Japan made a listing for Kamen Rider Fourze opening single entitled “SWITCH ON!” but was later replaced with a generic “Kamen Rider Fourze Opening Single” or something like that. But who is this artist?

Who Sang Kamen Rider Fourze's Opening?
Many people from 2ch and Henshin Justice believes that the artist is JURIAN BEAT CRISIS via her official blog entry entitled “Fourze”. Some even made picture comparisons with the silhouette posted on Avex Rider Sound.

JURIAN BEAT CRISIS, also known as Juria Kawakami, is currently signed with Avex Trax and already released 12 digital singles in the past year. She will be releasing a self titled physical album this September 1st, the same date the "guessing game" will end. Is it just a coincidence?

How about you? Do you really think it's JURIAN BEAT CRISIS?

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4 Responses
  1. A-Z0 Says:

    "via her official blog entry entitled “Fourze”."

    that's not her blog. some random fans of her and kamen riders.

    No doubt JURIBE is the artist... :)

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Well since the theme song from the preview is sung by a female i bet its her i think thank heavens it isnt sung by kamen rider GIRLS

  3. Anonymous Says:

    ohh....where's RIDER CHIPS when we need them the most...?

  4. Anonymous Says:

    in my opinion it soundes really like Laborday. but i haven heard JBC songs yet so i could be wrong - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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