All Out (EP)

All Out (stylized in all caps) is the first extended play by virtual girl group K/DA. The EP was released on November 6, 2020, through Riot Games and Stone Music Entertainment.[1] The EP contains five songs which feature vocals from the original line-up (G)I-dle, Madison Beer, and Jaira Burns plus a variety of influential singers, such as Bea Miller, Wolftyla, Lexie Liu, Kim Petras, Aluna, Bekuh Boom, and Annika Wells and with Twice members Jihyo, Sana, Nayeon, and Chaeyoung. Each song was produced by one of the fictional members of the group, with the exception of "More".

All Out
EP by
Released6 November 2020 (2020-11-06)
  • English
  • Korean
  • Mandarin
  • K/DA
  • Seraphine (exec.)
  • Riot Music Team
  • Sebastien Najand
  • Yasuo
Singles from All Out
  1. "The Baddest"
    Released: August 27, 2020
  2. "More"
    Released: October 28, 2020

All Out was preceded by the pre-release single "The Baddest" on August 27, 2020, and lead single "More" on October 28, 2020.[2] Both singles reached number one on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales.

Background and promotionEdit

After releasing "The Baddest" on August 27, 2020, the group released several teaser images starting with Akali, Evelynn, Kai'sa and Ahri with the phrase "#Wherewevebeen #KDA #CallingBlades" on their social media accounts.[3] On September 5, K/DA confirmed that they are working on a collaboration with Seraphine, a fictional virtual influencer after fans have speculated since she has been posting on Twitter, Instagram, and SoundCloud and art style seemed in line with other characters from the game.[4][5] On her in-character Instagram account, Seraphine confirmed she would serve as one of the producers for the EP.[6] Simultaneously, Riot released the first episode of their new web comic series titled K/DA: Harmonies showing behind-the-scenes of the group's recording process, members encounter, experiences and adventures.[7][8][9] On September 28, K/DA unveiled its official fandom lightstick in a shaped of a stage microphone, featuring a black criss-cross pattern on its handle, and their first fan recruitment for Blades, the group's official fandom name.[10]

"We prepared this EP album in respond to the support from fans around the world, who showed explosive interest and support after K/DA debuted in 2018."

— Toa Dunn, the general manager of Riot Games' Music Team[11]

On October 2, it was announced K/DA's debut extended play title All Out, album's official cover art and multiple pieces of promotional artwork have been released alongside the announcement.[12][13] It was reported that the lead single will be presented during the 2020 League of Legends World Championship alongside Seraphine, who was rumored to be one of the next champions for League of Legends.[14] On October 9, the group revealed the album track listing.[15] On October 12, Riot Games released new skin for K/DA's members Akali, Evelynn, Ahri, and Kai’Sa including Seraphine.[16] The skin for Seraphine is release as it evolves to become a pop star, from 'Seraphine Indie' 'Seraphine Rising Star' to 'Seraphine Superstar'. Informations about Seraphine as the champion was not clarified,[17] but, it was confirmed later the next day by Riot Games by announcing Seraphine as the new mage winner with music-themed skills.[18] On October 16, Riot Games revealed the full line-up artist which feature five different tracks, with over ten different artists.[19]

Two days after the release of "More", Riot held various events and contents prepared to commemorate the release of K/DA's first EP All Out, through League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra (LoR), Teamfight Tactics (TFT), and League of Legends: Wild Rift. In LoR, a 'K/DA All Out Event Pass' is issued. With this pass, the players get a set of K/DA's limited epic order cards, and purchase a premium event pass to get more rewards and new game mode 'K/DA Star Power'. It is a method in which the player directly selects a card from the deck with each member as the main character. In addition, 'K/DA board', special performance songs are included on the board. In TFT, Feather Knight, Fluffy Tail, Whining, Horn, and Flash will appear in a new form that based on K/DA's concept. It can be purchased as 'K/DA Little Legend Knows' or as an individual appearance from November 12. In Wild Rift, players can earn various rewards by playing the game as a K/DA member champion and performing missions and also purchase the K/DA All Out skin from LoL at Wild Rift.[20] The same day, Logitech's brand Logitech G announced they partnered with Riot Games to launch a set of League of Legends gear with a new K/DA-inspired gaming products.[21][22] Riot Games also conducts outdoor advertisements by accessing the QR code to 'K/DA Comeback Support Event' displayed on the billboard near Samseong station, Express Terminal and entrance to the Starfield COEX Mall, which are known as spots where idol advertisements are held.[23]

Track listingEdit

All tracks are written by Rebecca Johnson and Sebastien Najand.

1."The Baddest"2:43
4."Drum Go Dum"3:21
5."I'll Show You"
  • Bekuh Boom
  • Twice
  • Annika Wells
Total length:16:19


  • All track titles are stylized in all caps.


  • Riot Music Team – production (all tracks)
  • Sebastien Najand – production (tracks 1, 3-5)
  • Yasuo – production (track 1)
  • Oscar Free – additional vocal production (tracks 1, 3-5)
  • Aaron Aguilar – additional vocal production (track 3)
  • Akali – executive production (track 1)
  • K/DA – executive production (track 2)
  • Seraphine – executive production (track 2)
  • Evelynn – executive production (track 3)
  • Kai'Sa – executive production (track 4)
  • Ahri – executive production (track 5)


Year-end lists
Critic/Publication List Rank Album/Song Ref.
Billboard The 30 Best Pop Songs of 2020: Staff Picks "Villain" [24]
The 25 Best Pop Albums of 2020: Staff Picks All Out [25]


Chart performance for All Out
Chart (2020) Peak
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[26] 65
French Albums (SNEP)[27] 186
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[28] 36
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[29] 54
US Billboard 200[30] 176
US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)[31] 1
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[32] 33
US Rolling Stone Top 200[33] 148
US World Albums (Billboard)[34] 5


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  3. ^ @KDA_MUSIC (September 3, 2020). "Come back stronger. #WHEREWEVEBEEN #AKALI #KDA #CALLINGALLBLADES". Twitter.
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  8. ^ Ryan "Cinna" Carrier (September 6, 2020). "League of Legends Releases New K/DA Comic Featuring Seraphine". Don’t Feed the Gamers.
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  10. ^ Christian V (September 28, 2020). "Be the baddest with this official K/DA lightstick". SG Yahoo NEws.
  11. ^ Shin Jin-seop (October 29, 2020). 라이엇 게임즈, 슈퍼 가상 그룹 K/DA 신곡 ‘MORE’ 발표 [Riot Games, Super Virtual Group K/DA New Song 'MORE' Released]. Top Daily.
  12. ^ Lara Lunardi (October 2, 2020). "League of Legends' K/DA announces debut EP, revealing new official look". Invenglobal.
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  14. ^ Christian V (October 3, 2020). "K/DA to release EP ALL OUT, new song debuts at Worlds 2020".
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  16. ^ Tyler Esguerra (October 11, 2020). "Riot reveals new K/DA skin line called ALL OUT featuring Seraphine". Dot Esports.
  17. ^ Christian V (October 12, 2020). "K/DA ALL OUT skin line revealed, includes new champion Seraphine".
  18. ^ Surej Singh (October 13, 2020). "Riot Games announces new 'League Of Legends' champion, Seraphine". NME.
  19. ^ Lara Lunardi (October 16, 2020). "K/DA ALL OUT EP to feature (G)-IDLE, Kim Petras, Madison Beer, Lexie Liu, TWICE, and more". Invenglobal.
  20. ^ Seo Dong-min (October 30, 2020). 라이엇 게임즈, K/DA 컴백 기념 대규모 이벤트 진행 [Riot Games holds a large-scale event to celebrate K/DA comeback]. Gametoc.
  21. ^ @LogitechG (October 30, 2020). "Calling all BLADES- it's time to style #MORE with the new League of Legends x Logitech G @KDA_MUSIC Collection, featuring the G733, G333, G305, and G840!". Twitter.
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  23. ^ 라이엇, 실제 아이돌 광고처럼 지하철역에 K/DA 옥외광고 진행 [Riot, K/DA outdoor advertisement in subway station like real idol advertisement]. This Is Game. October 30, 2020.
  24. ^ "The 30 Best Pop Songs of 2020: Staff Picks". Billboard. December 11, 2020.
  25. ^ "The 25 Best Pop Albums of 2020: Staff Picks". Billboard. December 14, 2020.
  26. ^ "Billboard Canadian Albums Chart: Week of November 21, 2020". Billboard. November 21, 2020. Retrieved 2020-11-22.
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  30. ^ "Billboard 200 Chart: Week of November 21, 2020". Billboard. November 21, 2020. Retrieved 2020-11-22.
  31. ^ "Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart: Week of November 21, 2020". Billboard. November 21, 2020. Retrieved 2020-11-22.
  32. ^ "Billboard Independent Albums Chart: Week of November 21, 2020". Billboard. November 21, 2020. Retrieved 2020-11-22.
  33. ^ "Top 200 Popular Albums". Rolling Stone. November 6–12, 2020. Retrieved 2020-11-22.
  34. ^ "Billboard World Albums Chart: Week of November 21, 2020". Billboard. November 21, 2020. Retrieved 2020-11-22.

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