K.K. Chorinho

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#99 K.K. Chorinho  
K.K. Chorinho NH Texture.png
Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Aircheck
Live Performance
Mood A little grumpy...
Owned by  Rio[nb 1]
 Butch[nb 2]
 Fang[nb 2]
 Gonzo[nb 2]
 Leonardo[nb 2]
Genre Chorinho
Instruments Bandolim
Pandeiro
Seven-string guitar
Main appearances
Other appearances
Names in other languages
 けけショーロ
 K.K.咻乐
 Chorinho Kéké
 Tota-chorinho
 K.K. Chorinho
 Шориньо К. К.
 K.K.쇼로
 K.K.咻樂
 Chorinho Kéké
 Tota-chorinho
 K.K. Chorinho
 K⁠.⁠K⁠.-⁠chorinho

"K.K. Chorinho" is a K.K. Slider song in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 2.0 Free Update. It is based on the choro genre, also commonly referred to as chorinho, which was a form of Brazilian music that originated in the late 19th century and remained popular through the early 20th century. The composition specifically resembles "Tico-Tico no Fubá", a classic choro song which was written in 1917 and has been covered numerous times.

Album cover[edit]

The album cover for "K.K. Chorinho" features K.K. Slider, Gaston, and Dobie in the middle of a street, holding a seven-string guitar, pandeiro, and bandolim, respectively. These are common instruments heard in chorinho, and the same instruments featured in the aircheck. "K.K. Chorinho" is written in a large yellow font at the top of the cover.

Appearances[edit]

In New Horizons[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, "K.K. Chorinho" is played in Rio's house. The aircheck of this song can be obtained from this villager after visiting her house by her 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. Chorinho" is played in the houses of Butch, Fang, Gonzo, and Leonardo.

Gallery[edit]

Music[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese けけショーロ
Keke shōro
K.K. Choro

Korean K.K.쇼로
K.K. Syoro
K.K. Choro

Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
K.K.咻乐 / 咻樂
K.K. Xiū lè
K.K. Choro

Russian Шориньо К. К.
Shorin'o K. K.

Dutch K.K.-chorinho

German K.K. Chorinho

European Spanish Tota-chorinho

European French Chorinho Kéké

Italian K.K. Chorinho

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