Fnatic releases lofi album to debut new music label

Esports organisation Fnatic has introduced the launch of music label Fnatic Music, and launched the label’s first album as we speak (November 9).

In a press release, Fnatic shared that the album “has been curated as the perfect accompaniment for gaming” and is accessible on streaming providers from as we speak (November 9).

Titled ‘Fnatic Island Vol. 1’, the 31-track album options over 40 lofi artists together with No Spirit, Louk, Cassio and Hoogway.

“We chose the lofi genre for our debut album because of its already intertwined relationship within gaming esports, from its anime roots to the way it is already consumed en-masse by Gen Z and millenial gamers,” defined Joshua Brill, head of selling at Fnatic.

“Every track title on the album is inspired directly by our esports history, our players, our community and the wider gaming world,” added Brill.

Fnatic isn’t the primary esports organisation to discovered a music label – again in January, G2 Esports debuted its personal document label with an influence steel anthem titled ‘Our Way’.

For final week’s Boss Level characteristic, EpicGames News spoke to Jake ‘Boaster’ Howlett, knowledgeable Valorant participant who’s at the moment signed to Fnatic, about his profession in esports.

“I’m not your typical kind of player,” shared Howlett, who jokes that “when you think of esports players, you think of someone who lives in a dungeon.”

“You think of someone introverted, shy and quiet. People who only care about playing the game and winning the tournament,” continued Howlett. “If I’m going out on that stage, you best believe I’m going to perform, whether that’s in game or putting on a bit of show around that.”

In different gaming information, Ed Sheeran’s latest music ‘Celestial’ has made an look within the newest trailer for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

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