Riot Games has released All Out, the debut EP of League of Legends music group K/DA. The five-track EP is available on all major music streaming platforms. All Out features appearances from members of popular K-pop group TWICE, Madison Beer, and League of Legends’ newest champion, Seraphine.
K/DA, a music group made up of League of Legends champions Ahri, Akali, Evelynn, and Kai’Sa, debuted in 2018 with their single POP/STARS. The song, which features Madison Beer, Jaira Burns, and Miyeon and Soyeon from K-pop group (G)I-DLE, has reached over 390 million views on its YouTube music video. The featured artists performed the song alongside augmented reality depictions of their in-game counterparts live at the 2018 League of Legends World Championship.
The group returned in 2020 with new single THE BADDEST, which features American singers Bea Miller and Wolftyla, along with Miyeon and Soyeon. The song released in August, with the official lyric video garnering over 30 million views since its debut. In late October, the group released MORE ahead of the 2020 World Championship Grand Final.
Chinese artist Lexie Liu, voicing new League champion Seraphine, joins Miyeon, Soyeon, Madison Beer, and Jaira Burns on the track. The MORE music video has reached over 28 million views on YouTube since its debut last week. The song also reached the number one spot on the iTunes K-pop chart, as well as nearly 17 million streams on Spotify.
Lexie Liu performed POP/STARS and MORE live at the 2020 World Championship Grand Final opening ceremony. Once again, the singer was joined on stage by augmented reality versions of Ahri, Akali, Kai’Sa, Evelynn, and Seraphine.
All Out is the group’s first official EP, bringing in new voices to K/DA. THE BADDEST tops the tracklist, with MORE taking the second spot. Madison Beer and German singer Kim Petras join forces on VILLAIN, while Wolftyla, Aluna, and Bekuh BOOM come together for DRUM GO DUM. The EP is closed out by I’LL SHOW YOU, which features TWICE members Jihyo, Nayeon, Sana, and Chaeyoung, along with Bekuh BOOM and Annika Wells.
K/DA’s EP All Out is now available for streaming on all major platforms, including YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music.
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