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Animal Crossing: New Horizons – All KK Slider Songs


KK Slider performs in your town square every Saturday.

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You’ll encounter many recurring visitors to your island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but one character you can count on seeing every weekend is KK Slider. After completing Project K, the Wandering Musician will stop by your island every Saturday to hold a small concert. Here’s everything you need to know.

When does KK appear?

Like in previous Animal Crossing games, KK Slider is hosting a concert in your town every Saturday night. You’ll see him camping outside your Resident Services building all day, but he’ll only play music between 6 p.m. and midnight. If an event such as fishing tournament takes place on Saturday in your town square, KK will reschedule their visit to Sunday instead.

How is the concert going?

Talk to KK after 6pm and he will ask you if you want to hear a song. You can request a specific melody or have him pick one at random. Once this has been decided, sit on one of the chairs arranged in the square and you will watch KK play.

If you have friends on your island while KK is there, you can all watch him play together. However, each player must be seated before the one requesting the song is seated; if you sit too late you will miss the show.

Once KK is done, he’ll give you a copy of the song he just played to take home. You can talk to him again to request more songs, but you will only receive a recording of the first song he plays that night. You can also purchase songs through Nook Shopping, but there are “secret” songs that you can only receive by specifically requesting them from KK.

All KK Slider Songs

Here is the complete list of KK songs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Songs shown in bold are “secret” and will only be played on demand.

  • Agent K.K.
  • Aloha KK
  • city ​​of animals
  • Bubblegum KK
  • KK Coffee
  • Comrade K.K.
  • DJ K.K.
  • To drive
  • Farewell
  • forest life
  • Go KK Rider
  • Hypno KK
  • I love you
  • KK imperial
  • King KK
  • KK Adventure
  • KK Aria
  • Ballad KK
  • KK Bazaar
  • Birthday KK*
  • K.K. Blues
  • KK Bossa
  • KK Calypso
  • KK Casbah
  • KK Choir
  • KK Condor
  • KK country
  • KK Cruising
  • KK D&B
  • KK Say
  • KK Nightclub
  • KK Dixie
  • KK Study
  • KK Do
  • KK Flamenco
  • Folk KK
  • KK Fusion
  • KK-groove
  • KK Okra
  • KK house
  • KK Island
  • KK Jazz
  • KK Jongara
  • KK Lament
  • KK love song
  • KK lullaby
  • KK Mambo
  • KK Marathon
  • KK March
  • KK Mariachi
  • KK Metal
  • Milonga KK
  • KK Moody
  • KK Oasis
  • KK Parade
  • KK Ragtime
  • KK rally
  • KK Reggae
  • KK-Rock
  • KK Rockabilly
  • KK Safari
  • KK Salsa
  • KK Samba
  • KK Ska
  • KK Sonata
  • KK song
  • KK Soul
  • KK Steppe
  • KK ride
  • KK swing
  • KK Synth
  • KK Tango
  • KK Technopop
  • KK Waltz
  • KK Western
  • Lucky K.K.
  • Sea Song 2001
  • mountain song
  • Mr. K.K.
  • My place
  • Neapolitan
  • Just me
  • Reflect
  • Rockin’ KK
  • KK moving
  • KK space
  • spring flowers
  • Stale cupcakes
  • steep hill
  • Surfing KK
  • The K. Funk
  • to the edge
  • Two days ago
  • Wandering
  • Welcome Horizons*

KK Birthday is given to players on their birthday, while Welcome Horizons is given out the first time KK performs on the player’s island.

Songs 2.0

In addition to the list above, Nintendo has added 12 new KK Slider songs to New Horizons as part of the game. big update 2.0 back in November. Here is the full list of new 2.0 songs:

  • chillwave
  • KK Bashment
  • KK break
  • KK Chorinho
  • KK Dub
  • Runaway KK
  • KK Hop
  • KK Khomei
  • KK lovers
  • KK Polka
  • KK Robot Synth
  • KK Slack-Key

Animal Crossing’s 2.0 update also introduced a ton of other content, including gyroids, Brewster’s Coffee and the kitchen. Along with the free patch, Nintendo also released a paid expansion for the game called Good family paradise. The DLC costs $25 to purchase or can be accessed for free through the Nintendo Switch Online Plus Expansion Pack Plan.

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