K/DA’s ‘ALL OUT’ EP Reveals Collaborating Artists
K/DA is going to be all over Riot Games for the foreseeable future. With a new EP to promote, the Kpop Supergroup has to remind us all who they are. We’ve recently gone over the K/DA in-game events across Riot Games’ catalog, which you can see right here. But perhaps the more interesting news, is the word of who is going to be taking part in the actual EP. On November 6th, the five-track EP will drop on Spotify, and we can’t wait to hear it. So what artists are going to be taking part on K/DA’s ALL OUT? We’ve got you covered.
A Who’s Who of Musical Talent
K/DA’s also getting a new member in this update and will be one of the ALL OUT artists. The next League of Legends champion, Seraphine is in the group! When we say it’s a Who’s Who, that’s not an exaggeration. From (G)-IDLE mainstays to TWICE, there’s a load of talent across these five tracks. The first track, THE BADDEST, has done decent numbers across social media and streaming outlets and was -performed by (G)I-DLE, Bea Miller, and Wolftyla.
But what about the new songs? Next on the EP is MORE, which features Madison Beer, (G)I-DLE, Lexie Liu, Jaira Burns, and the new League champion, Seraphine. Then there’s VILLAIN, bringing together Madison Beer and Kim Petras. Perhaps the track this writer is looking forward to the most is I’LL SHOW YOU, with TWICE, Bekuh BOOM, and Annika Wells.
TWICE is a huge act and will bring something special to the K/DA’s ALL OUT as artists. With their most popular tracks on Spotify bottoming out at 70 million listens, and topping at 174 million, TWICE brings major star power to the EP.
Rounding out this audio tour-de-force is DRUM GO DUM, which was teased briefly on social media. Aluna, Wolftyla and Bekuh BOOM bring this new track together, completing the five-track EP. Riot Games clearly see something in the popularity of K/DA, and it’s not a surprise. They have millions of listens on the tracks already released, so we can’t help but think this will be yet another hit.
Just sayin’, this writer has experience reviewing music. Never Kpop, but there’s a first time for everything!