"Free Free" (stylized as "FREE FREE") is a song by Japanese recording artist Ami Suzuki and producer Yasutaka Nakata, taken from her sixth studio album Dolce (2008). It was released on August 22, 2007 through Avex Trax and was distributed into three physical formats and for digital consumption. Additionally, the track appeared as a double A-side to "Super Music Maker", another recording by Suzuki and Nakata. Suzuki first started working with the producer in late 2006 after her staff at Avex noticed the singers engagement with dance-oriented music whilst performing at night clubs, and wanted to pair her with a musician that dealt with electronic dance music.
Musically, "Free Free" is the creation of a newly-founded genre by Nakata titled Eropop, which he generated by combining 1980s pop, house and disco music; furthermore, the single also incorporates influences of contemporary EDM. The lyrical content is based on the theme of freedom and having fun. With that said, erotica is another factor that inspired the tracks lyrics and Suzuki's image for the track. Backed by synthesizers and keyboards, it is Suzuki's first English language recording and her vocals are processed through pro-tools such as autotune and vocoder.
Upon its release, "Free Free" received positive reviews from music critics, many whom commended Suzuki's new musical approach that tracks mixture of electronic genres. Additionally, it was selected by some publications as one of her best moments in her career. Commercially, the single experienced moderate success on the Oricon Singles Chart, reaching number 32 and was present for four weeks. Despite this, Oricon tallied the sales and revealed it to be one of her highest selling releases after a string of unsuccessful comebacks.
In order to promote the track, an accompanying music video was released in July 2008; it depicted Suzuki in a small four-by-four room lit with LED lights and television screens bearing Nakata's face. Furthermore, she hosted a release party at Tower Records in Shibuya, and went on to performing the number at various events such as A-nation and other intimate gigs. Since its release, "Free Free" has been included on Suzuki's greatest hits compilation, Ami Selection (2011) and her EP Ami Suzuki Best Selection (2014).