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KK, K.K., kK, k.k., or other sequences of two k's with or without punctuation may refer to:

KK (singer)

Krishnakumar Kunnath (born 23 August 1968), popularly known as KK, K.K. or Kay Kay, ( Hindi: केके, is an Indian singer. He is a prominent singer in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam films.

Born in Delhi to Malayali parents C.S. Nair and Kanakavalli, Krishnakumar Kunnath was brought up in New Delhi. KK sang 3,500 jingles before breaking into Bollywood. He is an alumnus of Delhi's Mount St Mary's School. He sang in the "Josh of India" song for the support of Indian Cricket Team during Cricket World Cup of 1999.

His debut album Pal was released in April 1999. The album received a Star Screen Award from Screen India for Best Solo Album.

His second album, Humsafar, was released nine years later, in January 2008. It belongs to the pop-rock genre and has a total of 10 songs. Humsafar has two songs that are repeated from his earlier album Pal – "Din Ho Ya Raat" and "Mehki Hawa". The video for a romantic song on the album, "Aasman Ke", features the singer and south Indian model Suhasi Goradia Dhami. "Humsafar", the title track, has an interplay of English and Hindi lyrics and is about one's conscience and how it is a constant companion in the journey of life. One of the songs, "Yeh Kahan Mil Gaye Hum", was penned seven years before the release. "Dekho Na", a rock number, was written six years prior. The remaining six songs were developed in the last two years before the release. Other songs in the album include "Rain Bhai Kaari (Maajhi)", a mix of Bengali Baul with rock with a tinge of S D Burman, and "Cineraria", a fun-filled English ballad. KK himself wrote the lyrics of "Cineraria" and the English part of "Humsafar", the title track, while the remaining tracks were written by others.

KK has established himself as a successful playback singer of India. He is considered as one of the most versatile singer of India.

KK (musician)

Kristján Kristjánsson also known as KK is an Icelandic blues and folk musician.

KK was born on March 26, 1956 in Minnesota, United States, but later moved to Iceland with his family. He attended music school in Malmö, Sweden for four years and then played his way across Europe from 1985 until 1990, when he returned to Iceland. He has been nominated for the Gríma Prize twice and has been awarded the Icelandic Music Prize twice.

In 2007 he toured to Shanghai with Magnús Eiríksson ("Maggi") and Óttar Felix Hauksson in advance of the release of their next recording there and in Iceland. In 2010 he played with his band at the World Expo in Shanghai, representing Iceland.

KK appeared as supporting character "Gunnar", an Icelandic musician that is the father of Tuppence Middleton's character, on the Netflix series Sense8.

KK (composer, producer)

KK (born Kevin Kerrigan, 1 December 1975) is a British composer, record producer and sound designer, best known for his work as a composer and music producer in the field of contemporary/ pop music. His past work includes collaborations with Brian Eno, Björk, James, Dido, Natalie Imbruglia and Mediaeval Baebes.

Kerrigan has composed extensively for television channels such as Dave, Discovery Channel, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, National Geographic Channel, Bravo, TLC and History Channel, and for commercial clients such as B&Q, British Airways and DNB Bank.

He collaborated with James Newton Howard on the soundtrack to Collateral (2004, Paramount Pictures), and has since composed soundtracks to other films such as The Thompsons (2012, Lionsgate) and Holy Ghost People (2013).

With Sophie Barker (of Zero 7), KK forms half of the children's group The Rainbow Collections ( Sony Music), whose popular releases have included Lullaby (2004), Toybox (2010) and Snowflake (2010).

Other album releases as a recording artist include Empty World (2011), The Magic Lantern (2009) and Telescopes (2007).

KK (song)

"KK" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Wiz Khalifa from his fifth studio album Blacc Hollywood (2014). On July 15, 2014, it was released by Rostrum Records and Atlantic Records as the album's second single. It was produced by Jim Jonsin, Finatik N Zac, and JayFrance (formerly known as Micah J Foxx).