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Marvel Future Fight's Luna Snow Releases a Second K-Pop Song

Marvel Music and Netmarble Games have released "I Really Wanna (feat. Krysta Youngs)," the latest K-Pop single from the Marvel Future Fight original character Luna Snow, who "performs" alongside real-life artist Youngs.

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The track is currently streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, Soundcloud and YouTube Music, among other platforms. It is also available for download via iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Music. In addition to the standard song, an instrumental version is also available.

Moreover, a music video for "I Really Wanna (feat. Krysta Youngs)" has been posted to the official Marvel Entertainment YouTube Channel. The video features high-quality animated artwork of Luna Snow, as well as in-game footage from Marvel Future Fight of the South Korean superhero/music artist taking on a group of enemies.

This marks the second song to be released under Luna Snow's name, the first being "Tonight," which appeared on the July 2018 album Marvel Future Fight (Original Soundtrack).

The character of Luna Snow (aka Seol Hee) was first introduced to Future Fight early this year, making her one of multiple superheroes to make her Marvel debut as a member of the popular role-playing game's roster.

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"We worked closely with Netmarble Monster's art director Jee-Hyun to come up with Luna Snow's look," said Marvel Games Senior Producer Danny Koo. "Her icicle earrings and differently colored eyes, which complete her half-dark and half-light ice look, were meticulously designed with modern K-Pop culture in mind."

Marvel Future Fight is available to download for free on both Android and iOS devices. "I Really Wanna (feat. Krysta Youngs)" is currently available to stream or purchase.

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