K.K. Cruisin'

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#35 K.K. Cruisin'  
K.K. Cruisin' NH Texture.png
Live Performance
Genre G-funk
Mood Grumpy
Owned by Agent S (WW, CF),
Baabara (NH),
Bangle (AC),
Bertha (AC),
Cesar (NH),
Deirdre (NL),
Eugene (NL),
Francine (NH),
Jambette (NH),
Monique (NH),
Opal (NH),
Robin (NH),
Shari (NH),
Timbra (NL),
Vivian (NL, NH)
Main appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese アーバンけけ
Simplified Chinese 都市K.K.
French Kéké R&B
Spanish Tota-gánster
Italian K.K. Cool
Russian Круиз К. К.

Korean 팝K.K.
Traditional Chinese 都市K.K.
Quebec French Kéké R&B
Latin American Spanish Tota-gánster
German K.K. Cruisin'
Dutch K.K.-club

"K.K. Cruisin'" is a K.K. Slider song. Noted for its slow tempo, whistling synth, and hip-hop beat, it appears to be based on G-funk, a subgenre of hip-hop that emerged during the early 1990s and remained popular throughout the decade (somewhat fittingly given K.K. Slider's species, a popular figure of the genre was American hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg, who Slider's outfit on the cover art for "K.K. Cruisin'" appears be based on). Agent S (in Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk), Baabara (in Animal Crossing: New Horizons), Bangle, Bertha (both in Animal Crossing), Cesar (in New Horizons), Deirdre, Eugene (both in Animal Crossing: New Leaf), Francine, Jambette (both in New Horizons), Joe, Monique, Opal (both in New Horizons), Raymond, Robin, Shari (both in New Horizons), Timbra (in New Leaf), and Vivian (in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo and New Horizons) play this song in their house if they have a stereo. This song was featured in Super Smash Bros. Brawl's Smashville stage as music that may be played when K.K. Slider appeared.


Sprites and models[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese アーバンけけ
Āban Keke
Urban K.K.

Korean 팝K.K.
Pap K.K.
Pop K.K.

Simplified Chinese 都市K.K. (iQue)
Dūshì K.K.
Urban K.K.

Russian Круиз К. К.
Kruiz K. K.
K.K. Cruise

Dutch K⁠.⁠K⁠.-⁠club K.K. Club

German K.K. Cruisin'

European Spanish Tota-gánster K.K. Gangster

European French Kéké R&B K.K. R&B

Italian K.K. Alla deriva
K.K. Cool (New Horizons)
K.K. Adrift
K.K. Cool