Elon Musk releases his first electronic dance music track

Elon Musk releases his first electronic dance music track ‘Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe’ and changes his Twitter name to E “D” M — but is scorned by followers who urge him to ‘stick to rockets’

  • The track features lyrics that are have been written and performed by Mr Musk 
  • ‘Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe’ can be listened to on the audio sharing site SoundCloud
  • The SpaceX CEO previously release rap track ‘RIP Harambe’ in March 2019
  • The lyrics for that song, however, were recorded by the artist Yung Jake 

Elon Musk has released his first electronic dance music track ‘Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe’ — but is scorned by followers on Twitter who urged him to ‘stick to rockets’.

The SpaceX and Tesla CEO has also changed his Twitter name to ‘E “D” M’ in acknowledgement of the song, which can be listened to on SoundCloud.

The track — which features vocals written performed by Mr Musk himself — has already been played online more than 363,000 times. 

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Elon Musk, pictured, has released his first electronic dance music track ‘Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe’ — but is scorned by followers on Twitter who urged him to ‘stick to rockets’

Mr Musk, 48, released the track on the internet under the flag ‘Emo G Records’.

‘Just wrote a song called “Don’t doubt yer vibe”,’ the entrepreneur wrote on Twitter.

‘I wrote the lyrics and performed the vocals!!’ he added. 

These lyrics — performed by Mr Musk in a stylistically disjointed manner — amount to three repeated lines and a rhyme between the words ‘true’ and ‘you’.

‘Be … cause … it’s … true’, ‘Be … cause … it’s … you,’ Mr Musk tweeted, repeating part of the song.

‘Maybe stick to rockets,’ Twitter user @BnOrdhaug responded.

The SpaceX and Tesla CEO, pictured, has also changed his Twitter name to ‘E “D” M’ in acknowledgement of the song, which can be listened to on SoundCloud

Mr Musk, 48, released the track on the internet under the flag ‘Emo G Records’. ‘I wrote the lyrics and performed the vocals!!’ he said

The track — which features vocals written performed by Mr Musk himself — has already been played online more than 363,000 times

‘Just wrote a song called “Don’t doubt yer vibe”,’ the entrepreneur wrote on Twitter

‘Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe’ is not Mr Musk’s first offering in the realm of music.

In the March of 2019, the billionaire released ‘RIP Harambe’, a rap track in honour of the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla killed in 2016 after a child climbed into his pen.

The lyrics for that song were recorded by LA-based artist Yung Jake. 

ELON MUSK’S DISCOGRAPHY

 RIP Harambe (2019)

 Performed by Yung Jake.

 Don’t Doubt ur Vibe (2020)

Performed by Elon Musk.

In the April of 2019, the billionaire also released ‘RIP Harambe’, a rap track in honour of the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla killed in 2016 after a child climbed into his pen

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