League of Legends’ virtual K-pop group K\/DA premiered their music video for “MORE” today, featuring a floating piano, a motorcycle, and mountains of gold. And upcoming champ and rising pop star Seraphine made her K\/DA debut on the new track. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=3VTkBuxU4yk&feature=emb_logo League champs Akali, Ahri, Evelynn, and Kai’Sa star in the video, along with newcomer Seraphine, delivering a punchy and catchy hit. K\/DA’s debut EP, ALL OUT, brings together a number of new and returning collaborators to create the five-track album. “MORE” features a diverse cast with Madison Beer, Lexie Liu, Jaira Burns, and (G)I-DLE’s Soyeon and Miyeon, as well as Seraphine. Seraphine should also make her first appearance on Summoner’s Rift sometime this week, bringing her melodious ability kit to Riot’s MOBA. The skins feature group members Akali, Evelynn, Kai’Sa, and Ahri in their blue, purple, and silver stage attire. Seraphine, League’s newest champion, is joining K\/DA on-stage for their comeback and will be featured as a guest artist on one of the group’s newest songs from their upcoming project. The Starry-Eyed Songstress’ release skin will cost 3,250 RP as an Ultimate skin and will depict the champion on her journey from indie artist to world-class singer. The ALL-OUT skins for the original four K\/DA members will cost 1,350 RP each. Ahri, Akali, and Evelynn’s skins will release alongside a set of chromas for additional purchase, while ALL-OUT Kai’Sa will receive this patch’s golden Prestige skin, which will cost 2,000 event tokens. Fans can expect to see Akali, Ahri, Evelynn, and Kai’Sa back in action, with the video featuring a motorcycle, a floating piano, and a hell of a lot of gold. Riot previously released all the collaborators that will appear on K\/DA’s debut EP, ALL OUT. While fans can expect to hear Madison Beer, Lexie Liu, Jaira Burns, and (G)I-DLE’s Soyeon and Miyeon on the track, there’s also one newcomer that will excite K\/DA stans and League fans alike. Upcoming League champ Seraphine should make her rise to pop stardom with her appearance on “MORE.” While the community at large has noted her similarities to Sona both in terms of playstyle and design, there’s a bit more depth that goes into understanding her than the original music champion. Since her kit evolves based on certain criteria, like Seraphine being shielded or enemies already being crowd-controlled, playing according to which champions your teammates pick can make Seraphine even more potent. Players looking for a new poke and utility mage should consider adding Seraphine to their champion roster.