/GAARA RAP SONG | "Redemption" | DizzyEight ft. Divide Music & FabvL [Naruto Rap]

GAARA RAP SONG | "Redemption" | DizzyEight ft. Divide Music & FabvL [Naruto Rap]

GAARA RAP SONG | “Redemption” | DizzyEight ft. Divide Music & FabvL [Naruto Rap]

Available For Streaming – https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/dizzyeight/redemption-feat-divide-music–fabvl

DizzyEight Merch – teespring.com/stores/divide-music

Songwriting – DizzyEight & FabvL
Chorus Vocals – Divide Music
Verses – DizzyEight & FabvL
Instrumental Production/Mixing – DizzyEight & Damon L. Paul
Mastering – DizzyEight

Artwork – Sinnoh – https://twitter.com/sinn_oh?s=21
Video Editor – Alket – https://twitter.com/alket02

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Gaara (我愛羅, Gaara) is a shinobi of Sunagakure. He was made the jinchūriki of the One-Tailed Shukaku before he was born, causing the villagers of Suna to fear him as a monster. With nobody to connect to, Gaara grew up hating the world and looking out only for himself, giving his life meaning by killing anyone he came across. After being defeated by Naruto Uzumaki — a jinchūriki like himself who found strength in his friendships — Gaara starts emulating him. He becomes Suna’s Fifth Kazekage (五代目風影, Godaime Kazekage, literally meaning: Fifth Wind Shadow) so that he can protect the village and all those who live there, dispelling the fears he cast on the villagers.

Naruto (Japanese: NARUTOナルト) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. It tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who seeks recognition from his peers and dreams of becoming the Hokage, the leader of his village. The story is told in two parts – the first set in Naruto’s pre-teen years, and the second in his teens. The series is based on two one-shot manga by Kishimoto: Karakuri (1995), which earned Kishimoto an honorable mention in Shueisha’s monthly Hop Step Award the following year, and Naruto (1997).