K.K. Milonga

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#83 K.K. Milonga  
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Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Live Performance
Mood A little blue...
Owned by  Gloria[nb 1]
 Klaus[nb 1]
 Lopez[nb 1]
 Naomi[nb 2]
 Olaf[nb 2]
 Beardo[nb 3]
 Alli[nb 4]
 Diva[nb 4]
 Hippeux[nb 4]
 Vladimir[nb 4]
Genre Milonga
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages
 Milonga Kéké
 K.K. Milonga
 Милонга К. К.
 Milonga Kéké
 K.K. Milonga

"K.K. Milonga" is a K.K. Slider song that first appears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It has a slow tempo and sounds dramatic. The song is named after the milonga, a music type that originated in Argentina and Uruguay.

Parts of the composition reference "Milonga del Angel" by Astor Piazzolla, an Argentine bandoneon player and composer famous for his tango and milonga compositions; K.K.'s appearance on the cover is also based on that of Piazzolla.

Album cover[edit]

Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Leaf

The album cover for "K.K. Milonga" depicts Diva lying on the ground in front of moustached K.K. Slider playing accordion in a red background. In New Leaf, the text at the bottom-left is illegible, while in New Horizons, the text is now at the top-right and reads the Spanish title of the song, "Tota-milonga." Similar to the composition, the cover appears to reference the album Tango: Zero Hour by Astor Piazzolla.


In New Leaf[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, "K.K. Milonga" is played in the houses of Gloria, Klaus, Lopez, Naomi, and Olaf.

In New Horizons[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, "K.K. Milonga" is played in the houses of Beardo, Naomi, and Olaf.

In Happy Home Designer[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, "K.K. Milonga" is played in the houses of Alli, Diva, Hippeux, and Vladimir.


Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese けけのミロンガ
Keke no mironga
K.K.'s Milonga

Korean K.K.밀롱가
K.K. Millong-ga

Simplified Chinese K.K.米隆加
K.K. Mǐ lóng jiā

Russian Милонга К. К.
Milonga K. K.

Dutch K.K.-milonga

German K.K. Milonga

European Spanish Tota-milonga

European French Milonga Kéké

Italian K.K. Milonga