Choosing the best K. K. Slider songs in Animal Crossing is all about preference.
Fans have been going back and forth over song rankings since the game's very first release in 2001. While there isn't much to go on here besides personal preference, everyone has one track they think is superior. The groovy dog, himself, has pioneered hundreds of singles in his illustrious career, after all—and this number only increased with New Horizons. There's something for everyone out there.
Here's our list of the best KK Slider songs you should pick up in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Best KK Slider Songs Animal Crossing
"Farewell" is one of the secret songs that won't appear on your NookStop. Out of the three in this category—the others being "Animal City" and "Drivin'"—we've found this track to have the best composition. It echoes sentiments you would find at the ending of any great game or show.
"I Love You" is just a good song. There's no other way to explain it. It was so good that, despite being a previous secret song, Nintendo decided to make it available to everyone. It carries a slow time signature and, in the least biased way possible, sounds exactly like a love song should.
"GO K.K. Rider" is a true classic. This is often the song fans think of when Slider comes to mind. It has been heavily featured in other crossover titles like Smash Bros. Fortunately, this track will show up on your NookStop so you don't have to wait.
"K.K. Bossa" gives chill cafe vibes like no other—even "K.K. Cafe." It's based on a style of music called "Bossa Nova" that originated in Brazil. It quite literally means "new trend" or "new wave" and is a combination of jazz and samba musical stylings.
"Bubblegum K.K." is most likely stick in your head by now if you've spent any time on Tik Tok. This is the song Isabelle sings with K.K. and the one that has the most popular commentary-added audio online. Hopefully, with this knowledge, you'll know exactly what to search for to get it out of your head.
"K.K. Metal" is that song players everywhere have caught—or forced—their villagers performing. It's one of the better genre depictions in Sliders repertoire and is somewhat soothing to listen to if you dig metal music.