K.K. Samba

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#10 K.K. Samba  
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Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Live Performance
Composed by Toru Minegishi
Mood I feel good!
Owned by  Cheri[nb 1]
 Rio[nb 1]
 Jitters[nb 2]
 Curlos[nb 3]
 Pompom[nb 4]
 Portia[nb 4]
 Filly[nb 5]
 Pavé[nb 5]
 Holden[nb 6]
Genre Brazilian dance
Instruments Horn
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages
 Samba de Kéké
 K.K. Samba
 Самба К. К.
 Samba de Kéké
 K.K. Samba

"K.K. Samba" is a K.K. Slider song that first appears in Doubutsu no Mori. It is a Brazilian dance of African origin. It has a low horn, a tambourine, a Brazilian instrument called the Cuíca, bells/chimes, and a soccer whistle at the end.

Album cover[edit]

Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Leaf

The album cover for "K.K. Samba" features Pavé with his arms extended into the air. In the New Leaf version of the album cover, the scene is titled at an angle, and colorful feathers are raining from the sky. In the background are K.K. Slider holding a drum and Kevin holding a trumpet. In the New Horizons version of the album cover, the scene is no longer titled, the colorful feathers and Kevin are absent, and the artwork is shaded orange.


In Animal Crossing[edit]

In Animal Crossing, "K.K. Samba" is played in the houses of Cheri and Rio. In Doubutsu no Mori e+, the aircheck of the song's live performance can be received from Bubbles, Cashmere, Cheri, and Rio at maximum friendship.

In Wild World and City Folk[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, "K.K. Samba" is played in Jitters's house.

In New Leaf[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, "K.K. Samba" is played in the houses of Curlos and Jitters. It also plays in the RVs of Filly, Holden, and Pavé.

In New Horizons[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, "K.K. Samba" is not played in any villagers' houses.

In Happy Home Designer[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, "K.K. Samba" is played in the houses of Filly, Jitters, Pavé, Pompom, and Portia.


Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese けけサンバ
Keke sanba

Korean K.K.삼바
K.K. Samba

Simplified Chinese K.K.桑巴
K.K. Sāng bā

Russian Самба К. К.
Samba K. K.

Dutch K⁠.⁠K⁠.-⁠⁠samba

German K.K. Samba

European Spanish Tota-samba

European French Samba de Kéké K.K.'s Samba

Italian K.K. Samba