Imagine Dragons vocalist Dan Reynolds performs ‘Enemy’ perfectly while in the Alliance queue

Imagine having your own personal Arcane concert while waiting for a League of Legends competition. That’s exactly what content creator Drew “Midbeast” Timbs experience in a recent live stream.

Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds was in the creator’s voice chat and as the two waited to join the conversation. League game, he started singing a few lines from “Enemy.” The opening song of Arcane The series currently has over 160 million streams on Spotify and is just one of the band’s hits to reach such a number.

When Midbeast called Reynolds a “talent” in the clip, the singer continued to sing the chorus to “Enemy,” with both deep bass and surreal highs. League and Arcane fans already know. While Reynolds delighted his teammates and Midbeast’s live audience, he, unconsciously or not, made a choice that couldn’t have been more perfect by choosing Vi as the champion for the game. .

Like the other members of his band, Reynolds is no stranger to League, played even before writing and singing “Warriors,” the national anthem of the 2014 World Championships, in a Interview with LoL EsportsReynolds explains how the whole band gets caught up in the game and how they play every chance there is between a live concert and another concert. He even said that they were late on stage once “literally because of the fact that we were playing League of Legends game.”

League fans have been waiting only seven years ago when I heard Imagine Dragons teamed up with Riot Games on another song. Now they are all waiting Arcane back to part two announced for 2021, hope the band will be involved again.

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