K-Pop Group TWICE to Feature On League of Legends K/DA EP All Out

Riot Games has revealed the tracklist and all featured artists for League of Legends music group K/DA’s upcoming EP, ALL OUT. The five-track EP will feature some returning acts, such as Miyeon and Soyeon from Korean girl group (G)I-DLE, Madison Beer, and Jaira Burns. ALL OUT will also welcome some new artists, including award-winning K-Pop group TWICE.

League of Legends developers Riot Games announced the full ALL OUT tracklist earlier today. While fans have already been jamming to THE BADDEST since its August release, K/DA will be coming out with four new songs on November 6th. The first new track, titled MORE, will feature returning acts Madison Beer, (G)I-DLE, and Jaira Burns, while introducing Chinese singer Lexie Liu and League of Legends’ own Seraphine.

VILLAIN will feature Madison Beer and German singer Kim Petras. TWICE will make their appearance on I’LL SHOW YOU, together with Bekuh BOOM and Annika Wells. Bekuh BOOM will return on DRUM GO DUM, joined by Aluna and THE BADDEST’s Wolftyla.

K/DA has only risen in popularity since their debut at the 2018 League of Legends World Championship. The group, made up of League of Legends champions Ahri, Akali, Kai’Sa, and Evelynn, performed their debut song POP/STARS at the tournament via augmented reality. The POP/STARS music video has reached over 380 million views on YouTube since its release. The group has reached the number one spot on the iTunes K-pop charts, and number one on Billboard’s digital charts.

K/DA is set for another live performance at the 2020 World Championship, this time featuring new champion Seraphine. With the Starry-Eyed Songstress confirmed to join the group on stage, a performance of EP track MORE can be expected, though it is not yet confirmed which songs will be performed.

The League of Legends 2020 World Championship has reached the play-off stage, with Suning and DAMWON Gaming making their way to the semi-finals. Fnatic will take on Top Esports in the quarter-finals on October 17th, and G2 Esports will face off against Gen.G on the 18th.

K/DA will likely perform before the Grand Final, which is set to take place on October 31st. ALL OUT releases on November 6th.

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