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Elon Musk, the CEO of multiple multi-billion-dollar companies, is making music again and he's exploring an entirely new genre. 


Unlike his 2019 rap song "RIP Harambe", the new tune launched on SoundCloud around 11 p.m. Pacific Time is an old-school techno hit that keeps it simple and actually wouldn't be that much out of place at an Ibiza party. (The only genre tag, however, is #Anime.)


Musk claims that he wrote the lyrics which mostly consist of the words "Don't doubt your vibe, because it's you" being sung over and over and that he also performed the vocal duties. Not bad. 


To silence any possible doubters, Musk also shared a few photos from the studio. In the photos, he's pressing buttons and moving knobs and totally looks like he knows what he's doing. 

You can find Musk's entire opus at his Emo G Records site on SoundCloud. At the moment it only contains the two songs mentioned above, but somehow I feel there will be more coming in the future. Full album when, Elon?


Resource: mashable.com

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Elon Musk Drops Techno Track 'Don't Doubt Your Vibe'

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Elon Musk, the CEO of multiple multi-billion-dollar companies, is making music again and he's exploring an entirely new genre. 


Unlike his 2019 rap song "RIP Harambe", the new tune launched on SoundCloud around 11 p.m. Pacific Time is an old-school techno hit that keeps it simple and actually wouldn't be that much out of place at an Ibiza party. (The only genre tag, however, is #Anime.)


Musk claims that he wrote the lyrics which mostly consist of the words "Don't doubt your vibe, because it's you" being sung over and over and that he also performed the vocal duties. Not bad. 


To silence any possible doubters, Musk also shared a few photos from the studio. In the photos, he's pressing buttons and moving knobs and totally looks like he knows what he's doing. 

You can find Musk's entire opus at his Emo G Records site on SoundCloud. At the moment it only contains the two songs mentioned above, but somehow I feel there will be more coming in the future. Full album when, Elon?


Resource: mashable.com

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