Two years after the song’s debut, Elon Musk posted a music video for it on his website. After releasing his debut track, “RIP Harambe,” in 2019, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO initially debuted the song in January 2020, helping to solidify the notion that music was one of his other interests.

‘Don’t Doubt Your Vibe’ now has a music video that also serves as a Tesla advertisement, with Musk’s progressive house cut playing beneath images of the brand’s newest vehicle models, the Y and 3.

Tesla’s China team prepared the vehicles and trained them how to program their own lighting to put on a light show in rhythm with the music for the film.

The song, ‘Don’t Doubt Your Vibe,’ was also produced for the first time by Elon Musk at LA’s Emo G Records and contains his own vocals.

There was no more information regarding the music in the music video other than the caption “vibes.”

When Musk’s song “Don’t Doubt Your Vibe” was published, he briefly changed his Twitter handle to E “D” M. He used the social media site to promote the song and let listeners know that he had written and performed the lyrics. Additionally, he published several images of himself at the studio.

Earlier this week (August 23), Grimes, Musk’s ex-partner, and mother of two of his children, lashed out at the media, accusing them of “stalking” and doxing her and her kids in an effort to “get at” Musk.

On Tuesday, Grimes, who dated Musk from 2018 to 2022, turned to Twitter to denounce persons she alleges are trying to expose private information about her and her family.

“To the journalists who are stalking me and trying to doxx me and my kids… contacting all my friends and acquaintances and even anyone I interact with on social media. It gets back to me. Leave my fucking kids alone.” She went on and wrote.


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