You are my Special: King Gnu, Singer of Jujutsu Kaisen’s “SPECIALZ” Opening Song, Has a Staggeringly Low Net Worth

King Gnu, the band that performed in the Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 opening, has a very low net worth.

You are my Special: King Gnu, Singer of Jujutsu Kaisen's "SPECIALZ" Opening Song, Has a Staggeringly Low Net Worth

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  • Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 opening was performed by King Gnu.
  • They were created in 2013 and are one of the most popular bands in Japan.
  • Their estimated net worth is 500K dollars, which is surprising low.
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Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 is the talk of the community as it continues to unfold tragic moments in Shibuya and action-packed episodes back-to-back. With each passing episode, the series gets increasingly more and more intense, and the fans love it.

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Gojo in Jujutsu Kaisen
Gojo in Jujutsu Kaisen

One of the highlights of season 2 is its opening, “You are my special,” and how addictive it is. There are also numerous hints in it for what’s about to come next. However, the net worth of King Gnu, the band of singers from the opening, might be astonishing to many audiences and viewers.

Also Read: Gege Akutami May Have Foreshadowed Gojo and Geto’s Fates in Jujutsu Kaisen Much Earlier than Fans Realize

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The net worth of King Gnu, the singer for the Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 opening, is meager

Jujutsu Kaisen is one of the most incredible runs ever in manga and anime. The manga is in its final arc, and we will witness one of the most anticipated matchups between Yuji and Sukuna.

On the other hand, the anime is adapting the best arc of Jujutsu Kaisen, which is the Shibuya arc with nerve-wracking deaths, breathtaking actions, and mesmerizing OSTs.

The opening of season 2 was also fantastic; although there were numerous hints hidden in the opening, many fans might have missed it.

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The band that made the opening is King Gnu, which was formed in 2013 and is one of the leading bands in Japan.

King Gnu
A still from King Gnu YouTube channel

The band’s primary songwriters are Daiki Tsuneta, Satoru Iguchi, the vocalist and keyboardist, Kazuki Arai, the bassist, and Yu Seki, the drummer.

Despite being quite popular in Japan, the net worth of King Gnu might come as a surprise, but it is estimated to be around 500k dollars. This net worth is relatively low if we compare it to other bands and the years of experience they have on their hands.

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Also Read: “The best anime of the year”: Blue Eye Samurai Beats Jujutsu Kaisen and Attack on Titan, Gets the Ultimate Praise from Hideo Kojima

What is happening in Jujutsu Kaisen season 2?

Satoru Gojo was sealed inside the prison realm in episode 9 of Jujutsu Kaisen season 2, which was the story’s turning point.

Without Gojo Satoru, the jujutsu society inevitably collapsed, with numerous deaths all over Shibuya and cursed spirits doing as they pleased.

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Although there are other special grades in the series, the gap between Sukuna, Gojo, and the others is enormous.

Nobara's Death in Jujutsu Kaisen
Nobara’s Death in Jujutsu Kaisen

Sukuna went on an unprecedented rampage in Shibuya, fighting Jogo and destroying the entire city to prove his superiority.

Apart from that, fans recently witnessed the death of Kento Nanami at the hands of Mahito, which was an unfortunate and depressing moment.

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Many fan-favorite characters have died in recent episodes, and one of them includes Nobara, whom Mahito killed.

The battle between Mahito and Itadori is ongoing, with Itadori about to snap after Mahito causes the deaths of his loved ones and enjoys it.

Also Read: Jujutsu Kaisen: Kento Nanami Superfan Fulfils His Final Wish as Latest Episode Leaves Everyone Heartbroken

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