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Apex Legends • Mar 04, 2019

Apex Legends fan creates epic rap song with in-game voice lines

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Apex Legends fan creates epic rap song with in-game voice lines

An Apex Legends fan has created an Apex-themed song by using in-game voice-lines to reimagine Lifeline as a musical artist.

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Popular games often bring out the creativity in fans, most commonly taking the form of concept art, feature proposals, or even cosplay.

One Apex Legends fan, however, has offered something a little different. Reddit user u/its_xaro93 created an original song inspired by the game, styling Lifeline as the artist “Lil LL” for a track titled “Mozambique ‘Ere”.

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Apex fan u/its_xaro93 reimagines Lifeline as "Lil LL".

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The song takes Lifeline’s in-game voice lines and uses them as rap lyrics, stringing together a verse with lines such as “They don’t just call me Lifeline because I save a life. Use the pressure, it’s the only way to survive,” before entering a chorus of the Mozambique ping that gives the song its name.

The song even got the attention of Respawn Entertainment, with a developer commenting “Congrats, you won the weekend.”

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Fans of the song might well be able to look forward to more like it in future, as u/its_xaro93 stated that if it was popular – which it was, amassing more than 8000 upvotes on the Apex Legends subreddit at the time of writing – they could make similar songs for different Legends.

Apex Legends has only been out for a month, having released on February 4, but the new battle royale has exploded in popularity, dominating Twitch and breaking a number of player records. Despite being so early in the games lifecycle, players can already expect a major injection of new content shortly, as the game’s first season is due to kick off in March.