A kukkuma (Hausa: kukuma) is a small fiddle used in Hausa music. It was popularized by Ibrahim Na Habu. It is associated with light secular dance and praise music and in performance can be played alone, or is paired with the kalangu talking drum or calabash in a simple ensemble.

The larger more esteemed fiddle, the goge, is used for rituals associated with cult and pre-Islamic Bori rituals, although it can also be played in secular music too.