The organization also plans to release their first EP on Riot Games Music Records later this year.
The virtual pop band K/DA has released a new single, of which K/DA has a role in the battlefield video game “League of Legends”. “THE BADDEST” was released today with a lyric video. Which includes collaborations with K-pop Group (G)I-DLE’s Soyeon and Miyeon-K/DA and K/DA collaborated on its 2018 hit song “POP /STARS”-and singers Bea Miller and Wolftyla.
Ahri, Kai’Sa, Evelynn and Akali’s K/DA, who owns LOL, also plan to release their first EP on Riot Games Music Records later this year:
Riot Games Music Director Toa Dunn said:
“Since K/DA showed off its explosive song POP/STARS for the first time at the 2018 League of Legends World Championship, fans have been asking the band’s next plan.” “We can’t wait”.
I hope everyone can hear the new track today, and later this year will be followed by EP, which is full of countless surprises for League of Legends and K/DA fans.”
K/DA was originally inspired by K-pop and now has a more global voice. When “POP/STARS” reaches the top of the iTunes K-pop and Billboard digital rankings, K/DA becomes the mainstream name. There are more than 360 million views of “POP / STARS” music videos on YouTube.
The League of Legends surfaced in 2009, becoming the first title of Los Angeles developer and publisher Riot Games and gradually becoming one of the most popular PC games in the world. It is also a key driving force in the field of e-sports.
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You can check this song in the lyrics video above (it has English and Korean lyrics):
which contains new sounds. The virtual members of K/DA remain unchanged-composed of alliance characters Ahri, Evelynn, Akali and Kai’Sa-but the talents behind them have changed. This time, real-world K-pop stars Soyeon and Miyeon joined American singers Bea Miller and Wolftyla.
Music is still an important part of the league experience, especially in the game’s annual e-sports competition. At an event in Paris last year, a virtual hip-hop band named True Damage played three songs with the help of holographic technology.
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