Free Fire theme song by KSHMR now available
The Free Fire theme song that Spinnin’ Records pioneering DJ and music producer KSHMR wrote for BOOYAH! Day is now live. KSHMR, whose real name is Niles Hollowell-Dhar, is Free Fire’s new brand ambassador.
KSHMR wrote the Free Fire theme song as part of his partnership with Garena for the popular battle royale mobile game. “One More Round (Free Fire Booyah Day Theme Song)” is presented by both Jeremy Oceans and KSHMR himself. It plays heavily on KSHMR’s signature vocal-driven production style. The song also delivers the same energy users get from playing Free Fire.
Free Fire camaraderie
“The song I wrote for this collaboration is meant to inspire people all over the world to keep fighting regardless of the challenges they’re facing. Free Fire delivers this same energy and inspiration, and I’m excited to be working on this with them,” KSHMR, who is collaborating with a mobile game for the first time, said in a press statement.
Personifying courage and bravery, “One More Round (Free Fire Booyah Day Theme Song)” sets the tone with epic building guitar chords that burst into blazing beats and drops. Adding an air of mystery, a building drumline results in a brazen, up-tempo record.
“One More Round (Free Fire Booyah Day Theme Song)” talks about the camaraderie between friends. How they will be there for one another and come together. Just like players in Free Fire, they are also always up for One More Round, whatever life throws at them, even after the lights go down. Garena said it will release the official music video next week.
Meanwhile K, the in-game character modeled on KSHMR, became available to players on Oct. 16. K has a passive skill that will see his maximum EP increased to 250. He also has a special active skill that has two modes:
- Psych Professor. EP to HP conversion rate increased by 500 percent for allies and self within a six-meter radius.
- Jiujitsu Master: Regenerates 2 EP every two to three seconds, up to 100-150 EP. The skill has a cooldown of 20 seconds, before forms can be swapped.