Elon Musk’s ceaseless quest to be considered a Renaissance Man continued apace this week.
“Just wrote a song called ‘Don’t doubt yer vibe,’” Musk tweeted out to his 31 million followers on Thursday afternoon.
The new track, Musk specified in a tweet nearly three hours later, would be released on “Emo G Records,” which all Muskheads (Muskovites?) will instantly recognize as the Soundcloud page where the billionaire dropped last year’s banger, “RIP Harambe,” in which he auto-tuned about a meme that had already reached its expiration date.
That song, Musk suggested at the time, might just have been his “finest work.”
Could his latest effort top it? Unclear. But Musk noted, in another tweet just after midnight Friday morning, more than eight hours after announcing he “[j]ust wrote a song ‘Don’t doubt yet vibe,’” he offered another song about the new track:
By 1:20 a.m. Friday, Musk declared the song — now titled, “Don’t Doubt ur Vibe” — ready for the masses.
The song, a four-minute concoction of various EDM sounds and echoes, has eclipsed more than 1.5 million plays on Soundcloud, as of this writing.
“I wrote the lyrics & performed the vocals!!” Musk bragged after its release.