Did you know that the mind of a person could be read by the musical setlist the owner of said mind has? Loud and agressive music matches the loud and agressive person, cool and calm matches the cool and calm person, and so on/so forth. What would Naruto be, in this case? Well, the boy has always been the peculiar wildcard, constantly shifting tastes like every three months. His parents were proud of him having different tastes (though the JoJo related stuff cluttered in his room were beginning to become very, very annoying.). The few of his friends he associates with dig the new stuff he brings to the table also. Though, there has been at least one consistent standing when it came to Naruto and his tunes.
He ‘loves’ American Jazz.
His mother would tell him stories of her trips to America with his father during her pregnancy, and that style of Jazz has always been to her side throughout the entire process (which might be a reason why she’s the calm one of his parents, compared to his father.) Going to clubs, dancing with his father, hell she even performed a bit of Piano herself! She always went on and on as a child when they were staying in an apartment about her desire to own a piano in her future dream home. When they move to the rather spacious house later in his life, her dream finally came true.
Today, Naruto decided to visit this record/CD store that a teacher would talk to him about. Apparently it’s out of sight of the usual bushel of stores and shops in Kazoku, so he had to do a bit of hunting. After classes, Naruto had decided to catch a bus and head on to the supposed location of the store.
It was going to be a long ride, so Naruto grabbed his Zune (he had a really big dislike for Apple stuff.) to listen to on the way there. Of course, with one of his favorite volumes of Diamond is Not Crash. After the bus approached, Naruto sat on a seat in the back, kicking his feet up on the open chair, and began to absent-mindingly read and listen to his music.
The bus was beginning to get full. No one would mind if he used a free chair to relax, right?