Just Dance 2021 Teamed Up with K/DA for New Track

Enjoy this newest collab.
Enjoy this newest collab. Ubisoft

The dance floor barely cooled down but that didn't stop Just Dance 2021 from getting an interesting collaboration. We say interesting since it’s with K/DA. That’s right, it’s none other than the virtual pop group from League of Legends.

So, why K/DA? The group’s latest single “DRUM GO DUM,” which features Aluna, Wolftyla, and Bekuh BOOM, is coming to the game for free. It won’t be staying long though. After three months, the song will move to the subscription service Just Dance Unlimited.

You can view the official concept video below:

K/DA members are themed versions of Ahri, Akali, Evelynn, and Kai’Sa - champions in League of Legends. Each member has a unique voice. Madison Beer for Evelynn, Jaira Burns for Kai’Sa, Miyeon for Ahri, and Soyeon for Akali. But you should know that Kai’Sa and Evelynn are sometimes voiced by other artists.

K/DA was originally based on Riot Games' desire to make more musical content. While the group was created to promote the World Championship and sell in-game K/DA skins, it became popular beyond the League.

In a post, Just Dance 2021 Creative Director Matthew Tomkinson revealed their excitement to team up with K/DA this year for Just Dance. He added that they “were able to work with K/DA’s creative team to create this map, integrating K/DA’s official choreography and design to produce the perfect homage to the group's dance track in their EP, ALL OUT.” Tomkinson continued that they are “happy with the final result and can’t wait for the Just Dance community to finally see it.”

Just Dance 2021 was released early this month for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. A version for next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S was launched early this week. The game brings back a lot of the fan-favorite modes while also offering 40 brand new songs. It comes too with Just Dance Unlimited, the game’s on-demand streaming service with access to at least 600 songs.

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