Naruto Music: The Best Dubstep Remixes

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If you’re a fan of the anime Naruto, then you’ll love these awesome dubstep remixes of some of the best songs from the show!


Welcome to our list of the best Naruto dubstep remixes! If you’re a fan of the anime and/or the manga, then you’re in for a treat. We’ve searched high and low to find some of the catchiest, most ear-wormy mixes out there, and we think you’ll agree that they’re all bangers.

without further ado, here are the 10 best Naruto dubstep remixes:

1. “Gobi Desert” by J-Dubz
2. “The Last Battle” by Klaypex
3. “Rasengan” by Bass President
4. “Dancefloor Destruction” by Elektronomia
5. “Best Day Ever” by Naruto煩悩CENTRAL
6. “The Way I Am” by Koyari & Heiwa
7. “Running in the 90s” by Mark Holiday
8. “Konoha Grooves” by GANMI
9. “Lovers on the Sun” by Dekku
10. “Hooked on a Feeling” by Blue Swede

What is Dubstep?

Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in South London in the late 1990s. It is generally characterized by sparse, syncopated rhythmic patterns with prominent sub-bass frequencies. The style emerged as an offshoot of UK garage, drawing on a lineage of related styles such as 2-step and dub.

The Best Dubstep Remixes of Naruto

Naruto is a Japanese anime series that has been running for many years. The anime has a lot of great music, and some of the best dubstep remixes can be found online. In this article, we will be looking at some of the best dubstep Naruto remixes that you can listen to.

Naruto Shippuden Opening 16

One of the most popular anime series of all time, Naruto Shippuden, has some of the freshest and most creative music to ever hit the airwaves. The original soundtrack was composed by Toshio Masuda and Yasuharu Takanashi, and allows for some fantastic remixes in any genre. We’ve compiled a list of the best dubstep remixes of Naruto Shippuden’s opening 16, “Silhouette” by Kana-Boon.

1. Kana-Boon – Silhouette (Kiyoshi Hazemichi Remix)
2. Kana-Boon – Silhouette (Xyro Remix)
3. Kana-Boon – Silhouette (Illenium Remix)
4. Kana-Boon – Silhouette (Nostalgia Dubstep Remix)
5. Kana-Boon – Silhouette (Dabin Remix)

Naruto Shippuden Opening 11

One of the most iconic animes of all time, Naruto has some of the best music around. And what better way to enjoy that music than with a remix? Here are some of the best dubstep remixes of Naruto that will get you hyped up for whatever it is you’re doing.

1) Naruto Shippuden Opening 11 Remix by Feint – This remix is more lighthearted and fun, giving the original a nice change of pace.

2) Naruto Shippuden Opening 16 Remix by Dj-Jo – A more intense remix, this one perfectly captures the feel of the original while adding in some extra hype.

3) Naruto Remix by Darude – This is one of the most well-known dubstep remixes out there, and for good reason. It’s an amazing mix that perfectly captures the spirit of both Naruto and dubstep.

Naruto Shippuden Opening 9

“Fade” by Ali-D
The best thing about this remix is that it doesn’t overstay its welcome; it’s only two minutes long, but it still packs a punch. It’s a perfect example of what can be done with a good dubstep remix; the original song is recognizable, but the dubstep elements add a new level of energy and excitement.

“Girei – Loneliness and Pride (Dubstep Remix)” by DizzeeBeatz
This remix takes the already-intense “Girei” and ratchets up the energy even further. The result is a tense, dramatic track that perfectly captures the feeling of the original.

“Naruto Shippuden Opening 16” by OverTime2525
This remix takes a more laid-back approach, giving the original song a more chilled-out vibe. It’s perfect for fans of the original who want to relax and unwind with their favorite anime.


In conclusion, these are our selections for the best dubstep remixes of Naruto songs. We hope you enjoyed listening to them as much as we did. Remember to support theoriginal artists by purchasing their music if you can.

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