League Of Legends Has A Boy Band Now

Riot Games recently debuted a new music group under the Riot Games Music label — this time forming a boy band. Called Heartsteel, the group consists of League of Legends characters Ezreal, Kayn, Aphelios, Yone, K’Sante, and Sett, and their first single Paranoia was released today.

The group’s music comes from a collaboration with several real-life international artists: Baekhyun of the K-pop group EXO and SuperM provides the voice for Ezreal, a vocalist. Los Angeles rapper Cal Scruby lends his voice to Kayn, who is a rapper and instrumentalist. Taiwanese-American R&B and Mandopop artist ØZI is the voice of Sett, who is the group’s co-leader and a rapper, while American multi-talented artist Tobi Lou voices the other co-leaders and vocalists. that K’Sante. Other non-vocalist members of the group include producer Yone and Aphelios who is an instrumentalist and songwriter.

Riot previously saw success with K/DA, a virtual K-pop-style team made up of female champions from the League of Legends roster, and is now trying something similar with an all-male lineup in Heartsteel. Since its debut in 2018 K/DA has released several singles and an EP, with its debut single POP/STARS recently certified platinum. Riot Games Music has also launched a number of other virtual acts including True Damage, a hip-hop group fronted by K/DA rapper Akali, and Pentakill, a heavy metal group started as a skinline back in 2014.

Like other Riot music groups, each member of Heartsteel will get a new skin, which will be available from November 8 in League of Legends and Wild Rift. We can also expect Heartsteel to perform in Paranoia live at the League of Legends 2023 World Championship finals on November 19.

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