K/DA’s upcoming EP is living up to its title as League of Legends’ virtual girl group is going “All Out” with a collaboration with Twice, one of the biggest K-pop girl groups of this generation,

JYP Entertainment’s idol group will be featured in the “I’ll Show You” track. A Riot Games staff has confirmed that all nine members — Jihyo, Dahyun, Nayeon, Sana, Momo, Mina, Chaeyoung, Tzuyu, and Jeongyeon — will be performing the song along with American singers Bekuh Boom and Annika Wells, according to Polygon.

ONCE — the official name for Twice’s global legion of fans — are sure to tune in as soon as the song drops just to hear their favorites become a part of their beloved MOBA game.

The collaboration might mean a lot, especially for Twice’s leader Jihyo, who’s really fond of playing LoL. She first tried out Veigar during an AI match according to one of her fans.

Twice won’t be the only K-pop act involved in the EP, as K/DA’s original members Soyeon (Akali) and Miyeon (Ahri) of (G)-IDLE are coming back to perform “The Baddest” and “More.”

Previously announced K/DA The Baddest members Wolftyla and Bea Miller are also included in the artist list, as well as K/DA Pop/Stars members Jaira Burns and Madison Beer. The latter pair have confirmed their comeback amidst rumors of a falling-out within the group.

League of Legends’ newest champion Seraphine is also confirmed to appear for the song “More,” which we assume is the track that will be performed at Worlds 2020 in Shanghai, China.

The EP also features other influential female artists such as Chinese singer and 88 Rising’s Lexie Liu, German performer Kim Petras, and British singer Aluna of AlunaGeorge.

Here is the full K/DA All Out EP track list along with the artists featured in each song.

  1. The Baddest by (G)I-DLE, Bea Miller, Wolftyla
  2. More by Madison Beer, Jaira Burns, Lexie Liu, (G)I-DLE, Seraphine
  3. Villain by Madison Beer, Kim Petras
  4. Drum Go Dum by Aluna, Wolftyla, Bekuh Boom
  5. I’ll Show You by Twice, Bekuh Boom, Annika Wells

All songs will be produced and written by the Riot Music Team with some help from Bekuh Boom. Bekuh Boom co-wrote some of Blackpink’s songs, so fans can expect to have a banger of a collab!

K/DA’s All Out EP will drop on November 6.

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