Cosplayer Hakken’s Global Debut Single ‘Sword Dance’ Is Out Now

Hakken, a Malaysian-based million-follower acclaimed cosplayer, has been appointed as the regional ambassador for the global phenomenon mobile game “Moonlight Blade M” across Southeast Asia. Following the collaboration, Hakken is also set to debut their first single titled “Sword Dance” globally, streaming across all platforms now.

The upcoming MMORPG mobile game is based on the classic martial arts epic The Magic Blade by renowned Eastern novelist, Gu Long. In the game, players can live through the realistic open world inspired by Moonlight Blade M, featuring eight martial art sects and a vast storyline with multiple endings.

This collaboration not only marks a significant milestone in Hakken’s career but also amplifies their reputation as a versatile entertainer, elevating the excitement surrounding the game’s release in the region. The game has also collaborated with several world-renowned singers including Michael Wong, Dimash Qudaibergen, and Taeyeon.

Hakken’s debut single, “Sword Dance” is produced by Malaysian renowned music sensation Gaston Pong and Roland Lim, who have rapidly gained international recognition in recent years. In addition to music recording, Hakken also collaborated with the game for the first time to shoot their personal music video.

To further celebrate the collaboration, VNGGames, in collaboration with the game developer Tencent, has also specially customized a global exclusive mount for Hakken. Fans and players in the Southeast Asian version of the game will now have the opportunity to obtain the sleek and stylish black horse mount adorned with Hakken’s flagship “H” logo.

Watch the official music video here, and download “Moonlight Blade M” early access here.

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