'League of Legends' Hip-Hop Group True Damage Releases Collection
Based on a collaboration between Riot Games and IAB Studio.
Online battle game League of Legends has given its fictional hip-hop group True Damage its own collection line, through a collaboration between Riot Games and IAB Studio.
Announced and debuted back in November of 2019, True Damage is a virtual hip-hop group spawned out of League of Legends characters. The collective is made up of actual singers, rappers and performers: Latin pop star Becky G, American actress and singer Keke Palmer, k-pop star SOYEON of group (G)I-DLE, LA rapper Thutmose, and Nigerian-American rapper Duckwrth. The five first performed during last year’s League of Legends World Championship 2019 event, appearing on stage for the Final Opening Ceremony. True Damage also released their official first single “GIANTS” which highlighted the virtual group’s talents in a music video.
The collection of True Damage “merch” includes a hoodie, T-Shirt, sweatpants and a bandana. All fall upon turquoise and black color schemes and feature League of Legends logos, True Damage references, and South Korean label IAB Studios’s branding.
‘LOL’ fans will want to pick up the collection, which is available today in Korea, over at the Works Out Raffle store. Elsewhere with Riot Games, the publisher has officially announced the release date for its next title Valorant.