K.K. Break

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#105 K.K. Break  
K.K. Break NH Texture.png
Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Aircheck
Live Performance
Composed by Sayako Doi
Mood A little grumpy...
Owned by  Marlo[nb 1]
 Graham[nb 2]
 Raymond[nb 2]
 Tammi[nb 2]
Genre Proto-rap
Main appearances
Other appearances
Names in other languages
 けけブレイク
 K.K.地板舞
 Break Kéké
 Tota-break
 K.K. Break
 Брейк К. К.
 K.K.브레이크
 K.K.地板舞
 Break Kéké
 Tota-break
 K.K. Break
 K⁠.⁠K⁠.-⁠break

"K.K. Break" is a K.K. Slider song in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 2.0 Free Update. The name indicates a connection to breakdancing, and the song reflects this with its resemblance to the earliest hip-hop music from the mid-1970s, which had strong influence from funk and soul, and commonly incorporated sampled breaks.

Album cover[edit]

The album cover for "K.K. Break" features K.K. Slider and Agnes standing in a yellow field, with Agnes holding a distorted projection of Ankha. The point of contact between Agnes's hand and Ankha's foot shines with a yellow light. In the background of the album cover is a red-brown mountain formation with an equally tall pine tree layered behind it. The cloudy purple sky contains an enormous orange moon and a smaller blue planet behind it in the distance that looks like Earth. An Aries Rocking Chair rockets into the sky with a colorful light trailing behind it. "K.K. BREAK" is written in black text in the upper-right corner.

Appearances[edit]

In New Horizons[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, "K.K. Break" is played in Marlo's house. The aircheck of this song can be obtained from this villager after visiting his house by his favor. This song's aircheck can also be purchased in Nook Shopping daily selection for  3,200 Bells.

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise, "K.K. Break" is played in the houses of Graham, Raymond, and Tammi.

Gallery[edit]

Music[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese けけブレイク
Keke bureiku

Korean K.K.브레이크
K.K. beureikeu

Simplified Chinese K.K.地板舞
K.K. Dìbǎn wǔ
K.K. Breakdance

Russian Брейк К. К.
Breyk K. K.

Dutch K.K.-break

German K.K. Break

European Spanish Tota-break

European French Break Kéké

Italian K.K. Break

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