November 25, 2020

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Just Dance Teams Up With K/DA For New Track

Just Dance 2021 is joining forces with the virtual pop group K/DA from Riot Games’ League of Legends. The group’s new single, “DRUM GO DUM” featuring Aluna, Wolftyla, and Bekuh BOOM, is coming to Just Dance 2021 for free for three months before moving over to Just Dance Unlimited, the dance subscription service featuring more than 600 songs.

“We’re so excited to collaborate with musical phenomenon K/DA to bring “DRUM GO DUM” to Just Dance this year,” said Matthew Tomkinson, Creative Director of Just Dance 2021. “We 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. We’re really happy with the final result and can’t wait for the Just Dance community to finally see it!”

You can watch the official “DRUM GO DUM” concept video here. Just Dance 2021 is out now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, and Stadia.

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