League of Legends virtual K-Pop group K/DA makes a comeback with new song
K/DA was first introduced at the 2018 League of Legends World Championship. It features four League of Legends characters -Ahri, Akali, Evelynn and Kai’Sa.
League of Legends' (LoL)virtual K-Pop group K/DA is back with another single after a long gap of two years. The new track is called “The Baddest” and its lyric video is out on YouTube. An animated video for the same is expected to be released as well.
For those unaware, K/DA is a virtual K-Pop group created by Riot Games. It features four League of Legends characters - Ahri, Akali, Evelynn and Kai'Sa. K/DA was first introduced at the 2018 League of Legends World Championship where the group performed its first song “Pop/Stars”. The performance featured the virtual K/DA members in augmented reality along with the artists behind the group.
For Pop/Stars, K-Pop group (G)I-dle members Miyeon and Soyeon were the voices behind Ahri and Akali respectively. As for Evelynn it was Madison Beer, and Kai'Sa was voiced by Jaira Burns. There are some changes in the new single though. Instead of Madison Beer and Jaira, Riot Games has roped in Bea Miller and Wolftyla. The other two members are the same. The K/DA characters also feature a new look which could be available as skins in LoL.
The Baddest lyric video went live on YouTube around 14 hours back, and it already has over 5 million views. The first single Pop/Stars has been viewed over 300 million times on YouTube. K/DA also plans to launch its first EP later this year. The virtual group is expected to perform at the upcoming League of Legends World Championship taking place in Shanghai next month.
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