K/DA releases new single MORE featuring Seraphine

By Christian Vejvad


Oct 28, 2020

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K/DA is ready with another song from their upcoming EP, leading up to its anticipated performance at the 2020 League of Legends World Championship final.

The virtual pop group’s newest song, “MORE,” is featuring the vocal talents Madison Beer, SOYEON, and MIYEON of K-Pop group (G)I-DLE. Furthermore, the song features former K/DA member Jaira Burns, Lexie Liu, and the newest League of Legends champion Seraphine. It has been known that Seraphine would feature on one of the K/DA songs for a while, but now she has finally hit the stage to show what she got.

More than 200,000 excited fans were ready to see the song premiere on YouTube. 

The newest song included a music video, something that fans were missing at the release of THE BADDEST. K/DA had a popular music video for its debut single POP/START, which currently sits on 385 million views on YouTube. MORE is looking to become another international success with its catchy beat and animated music video. 

The song is the second one from the upcoming K/DA EP named ALL OUT. The first song from the album was THE BADDEST, which was released on August 27. The whole EP is set to release on November 6 and will be the first EP from K/DA. 

K/DA is a virtual pop group consisting of League of Legends champions Ahri, Evelynn, Akali, and Kai’Sa. The group had its debut with the song POP/STARS back in 2018, where the group also performed live at the 2018 World Championship. 

This year, K/DA will be back on the Worlds stage by being a part of the 2020 World Championship opening ceremony on October 31. The ceremony leads up to the big grand final where DAMWON Gaming and Suning clash in a battle for the Summoner’s Cup. 

K/DA will release its ALL OUT EP on November 6 with three additional songs. 


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