K.K. House

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#74 K.K. House  
AlbumArt-House NH.png
Aircheck
Live Performance
Genre House
Mood Grumpy
Owned by Agnes,
Bianca,
Canberra,
Jacques,
Boris (NL),
Spike (NL),
Wendy (HHD)
Main appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese けけハウス
Korean K.K.하우스
Italian K.K. House
German K.K. House

Simplified Chinese K.K.浩室
French Kéké House
Spanish Tota-house
Dutch K.K.-house

Traditional Chinese K.K.浩室
Quebec French Kéké House
Latin American Spanish Tota-house
Russian Хаус К. К.

"K.K. House" is a K.K. Slider song that was introduced in Animal Crossing: City Folk. It has a driving four-on-the-floor beat and prominent bassline, which support a fast, upbeat tune with many minor scale notes, although it is a major scale song. It is based on the house genre, which originated in the '80s as clubs in Chicago would modify disco tracks with electronic drum tracks and thicker basslines. Specifically, it appears to derive from French house, a sub-genre that emerged in France in the '90s, which is characterized by thick harmonies and aspects borrowed from Euro disco. The aircheck characterizes this through its prominent use of piano chords alongside its electronic drums and bass.

Penelope, Gayle, and Friga are featured on the cover, along with K.K. in the background. Bianca, Agnes, Canberra, Jacques, Spike and Boris (both in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo) play this song if they have a stereo in their houses.

"K.K. House" also has an official remix on the album Animal Crossing: Your Favourite Songs - Original Soundtrack, titled "K.K. House (Club Version)" and arranged by Kazumi Totaka. It combines the vocals of the live version with the instrumentation of the aircheck version, causing it to more closely resemble its origins in French house.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese けけハウス
Keke hausu

Korean K.K.하우스
K.K. Hauseu

Simplified Chinese K.K.浩室 (iQue)
K.K. Hào shì

Russian Хаус К. К.
Khaus K. K.

Dutch K.K.-house

German K.K. House

European Spanish Tota-house

European French Kéké House

Italian K.K. House