K.K. Steppe

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#22 K.K. Steppe  
K.K. Steppe NH Texture.png
Live Performance
Genre Russian Folk
Mood Grumpy
Instruments Wind,
Owned by Vesta (pre-NH),
Tasha (DnMe+),
Chow (pre-NH),
Fang (NH),
Tutu (pre-NH),
T-Bone (NL, NH),
Pate (NL)
Main appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese コサックそんぐ
Simplified Chinese 哥萨克乐曲
French Kéké balalaïka
Spanish Tota-estepa
Italian K.K. Steppa
Russian Степь К. К.

Korean 까자크의 노래
Traditional Chinese 哥薩克樂曲
Quebec French Kéké balalaïka
Latin American Spanish Tota-estepa
German K.K. Steppensong
Dutch K.K. op de steppe

"K.K. Steppe" is a K.K. Slider song. It has a Slavic feel to it. The song starts out at a very fast pace, and the second portion starts out very slow and gradually gets faster and faster, similar to the Russian folk song "Kalinka." The middle is played as solo by a wind instrument that is similar to a flute in sound. A steppe is a large area of flat grassland with no forests mostly in southeastern Europe or Siberia, a part of Russia. Fang appears dancing on the cover, along with K.K. Chow (prior to New Horizons), Fang (in New Horizons), Pate (in New Leaf), T-Bone (beginning as of New Leaf), Tasha (in Doubutsu no Mori e+), Tutu and Vesta (both prior to New Horizons) play this song if they have a stereo in their houses.


  • The "Steppe" in K.K. Steppe may be referring to the Wild Fields of Ukraine, which was home to many Southern Russian & Ukrainian Cossack communities.
  • The wind instrument that has a solo in the second part could be a Kalyuka, a Russian and Ukrainian instrument that has no holes.
  • The cover art of the song shows Cyrillic letters that read "Степь К. К."


Sprites and models[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese コサックそんぐ
Kosakku songu
Cossack Song

Korean 까자크의 노래
Kkajakeuui Norae
Cossack Song

Simplified Chinese 哥萨克乐曲 (iQue)
Gēsàkè yuèqǔ
Cossack Song

Russian Степь К. К.
Step' K. K.

Dutch K⁠.⁠K⁠. op de steppe K.K. on the steppe

German K.K. Steppensong K.K. Steppe Song

European Spanish Tota-estepa

European French Kéké balalaïka K.K. Balalaika

Italian K.K. Steppa