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All Valorant Champions Songs Released by Riot Games

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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Musical scores and content are a big part of the package that Riot Games presents to its community.
Here's a list of all Valorant Champions songs to vibe to and get hyped before entering a game.

Musical scores and content are a big part of the package that Riot Games presents to its community. For years now, the company has been jokingly regarded as a "music company" by fans and its player base. Be it a hard-hitting metal song, a soft orchestral piece, or a head-bopping pop song, Riot Games has always delivered. Valorant is now experiencing what League of Legends, Riot's flagship game, has experienced musically over the last decade.

Riot Games has been regularly releasing musical content and songs for Valorant since its release.

Here's a list of all Valorant songs to vibe to and get hyped before entering a game.

Valorant Music Videos You Should Watch

Just like how Riot Games releases music videos filled with great storylines for League of Legends World Championship or LoL Worlds, Valorant also has three dedicated music videos for Valorant Champions, the esports championship for Valorant.

This year-ender tournament's first iteration was in 2021 and currently, Valorant Champions 2023 is going on in Los Angeles, USA. Here are the anthems that Riot Games has released for Valorant Champions over the three years:

Die For You ft. Grabbitz: Valorant Champions 2021

This anthem features Valorant agents including Sage, Brimstone, Phoenix, and Chamber. The premise is about Sage, Brim and Phoenix entering B site in Split, trying to defuse the spike and having to make sacrifices to successfully defuse the bomb. The music video also has multiple, separate sequences that show who the agents really are. A part of this music video is also featured in the finisher of the Valorant Champions 2021 Vandal.

Fire Again ft. Ashnikko: Valorant Champions 2022

In 2022, Riot Games brought professional Valorant players into the picture by incorporating them into the Fire Again music video for Valorant Champions 2022. Some of the pros featured include:

  • Sentinels' Tyson "TenZ" Ngo

  • Cloud9 Melanie “MeL” Capone

  • G2 Esports Michaela "mimi" Lintrup

  • Fnatic Jake "Boaster" Howlett

  • Paper Rex Benedict "Benkai" Tan

  • Acend Patryk “starxo” Kopczyński

  • LOUD Gustavo "Sacy" Rossi

  • KRU Esports Juan Pablo "NagZ" Lopez Miranda

  • Zeta Division Koji "Laz" Ushida

Notably, the beat drop from this song was used in the finisher of the Valorant Champions 2022 Phantom skin.

Ticking Away ft. Grabbitz & bbno$: Valorant Champions 2023

The title track for Valorant Champions 2023 called Ticking Away was finally released by Riot Games on 31st July. The song took listeners on a journey "of growing up, growing apart, and staying together across the many One More's of life, love, and Valorant." The 3 minutes 23 seconds long music video narrates a complete story woven around the theme of 'One More' and has been 'dedicated to all the knee scrapes, playdates, and heartaches.'

Apart from these Valorant Champions songs, you can also vibe to the following music content produced by Riot Games exclusively for its first-person hero shooter:

  • RAJA

  • Reflections


  • >one - greater than one

  • Can't Slow Me Down

  • All Eyes on Me

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.

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