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K/DA's new song, "The Baddest", to be released next Thursday 27th

One of the most famous virtual music bands is back! K/DA, the fictional K-pop group consisting of League of Legends Champions Ahri, Akali, Kai’Sa, and Evelynn, that was created by Riot Games for the official theme song for the finals of the 2018 LoL World Championship will be back next August 27th with a new song: The Baddest.


— K/DA (@KDA_MUSIC) August 20, 2020


With this tweet above, K/DA announced their official comeback to the stages and revealed the title of their brand new song that will be released on Youtube next Thursday 27th at 21:00 CEST, 12 PM PT.

It looks like the band, with the voices of Madison Beer, Miyeon, and Soyeon from (G) I-DLE, and Jaira Burns, has serious plans for the future since the tweet was written from an official and verified Twitter account that was created only one month ago.

Last time we saw this band performing was back in 2018, in Incheon, South Korea, for the World Championship finals. POP/STARS was the name of their first song, the most successful of all the themes that Riot Games have ever released, having more than 360 million views on Youtube.


K/DA is not the only group created by the videogame company. For last year’s World Championship, True Damage was born and introduced their first hit: GIANTS, but its success cannot be compared with K/DA’s numbers (GIANTS “only” surpassed 100 million views).

That is why K/DA’s comeback is creating such a hype within the League of Legends community… a hype that grew when the also recently created Twitter account named Seraphine, probably one of the next Champion announcements from Riot Games for League of Legends, claimed that she also stans for this music band.

also stan kda

— Seraphine⭐? (@seradotwav) August 21, 2020


If Seraphine is finally confirmed… will we have a special collaboration with K/DA? For now, we can only say that Riot Games promised 6 new songs for this year’s World Championship, and K/DA could be one of the bands that will be present in the big finals.

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