K.K. Country

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#41 K.K. Country  
K.K. Country NH Texture.png
Live Performance
Genre Country
Mood Good
Instruments Drums
Owned by Ava (AC, NL),
Cally (AC),
Cashmere (NL),
Cookie (AC),
Drift (prior to NH),
Elmer (NH),
Jambette (prior to NH),
Jay (NH),
Kiki (prior to NH),
Kody (prior to NH),
Maggie (DnMe+),
Mint (AC),
Sheldon (NH),
Sydney (CF, NL),
Ursala (NL),
Victoria (prior to NH),
Winnie (NH),
Franklin (RV)
Main appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese けけカントリー
Simplified Chinese K.K.乡村
French Country Kéké
Spanish Tota-country
Italian K.K. Country
Russian Кантри К. К.

Korean K.K.컨트리
Traditional Chinese K.K.鄉村
Quebec French Country Kéké
Latin American Spanish Tota-country
German K.K. Country
Dutch K.K.-country

"K.K. Country" is a song by K.K. Slider. It features a lively country guitar and a country drum kit. The genre invokes American country music (hence its name), more specifically Southern folk music. The song is similar to the background music in the Mario Kart 64 course Choco Mountain.

The album cover depicts K.K. Slider sitting in a wagon inside a barn, and several villagers that include Bunnie dancing with T-Bone at the entrance, with Groucho peering outside nervously, while Butch and Buck overlook K.K. Slider.

Ava (before Animal Crossing: New Horizons), Belle, Cally (only in Animal Crossing), Cashmere (in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo), Cookie (only in Animal Crossing), Dom, Drift (before New Horizons), Elmer (as of New Horizons), Goose, Jambette (before New Horizons), Jay (as of New Horizons), Kiki, Kody (both before New Horizons), Maggie (only in Doubutsu no Mori e+), Mint (only in Animal Crossing), Sheldon (as of New Horizons), Sydney (in Animal Crossing: City Folk and Animal Crossing: New Leaf), Ursala (in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo), Victoria (before New Horizons) and Winnie (as of New Horizons) all play this song if they have stereos in their houses.


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Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese けけカントリー
Keke kantorī

Korean K.K.컨트리
K.K. Keonteuri

Simplified Chinese K.K.乡村 (iQue)
K.K. Xiāngcūn

Russian Кантри К. К.
Kantri K. K.

Dutch K⁠.⁠K⁠.-country

German K.K. Country

European Spanish Tota-country

European French Country Kéké

Italian K.K. Country