Released under the fictional rap label "Emo G" (sigh), Musk tweeted out a link to an auto-tuned song about the late gorilla hosted on Soundcloud, which thus technically makes him a Soundcloud rapper now.
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The SpaceX executive dropped the auto-tuned almost 2-minute track titled "RIP Harambe" Saturday on SoundCloud under the music label "Emo G Records". "I'm disappointed that my record label failed", he added. "Duck emoji defeats Emo G Records". The Space X boss said: "This might be my finest work".
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It's unclear if it's actually Musk rapping on the track, which includes lyrics like, "RIP Harambe/Smoking on some strong hay/In the gorilla zoo and we thinking about you". Is this some kind of early April Fools' Day prank or simply Musk's unusual attempt to bring Harambe memes back three years later? As of Monday morning, it had been played more than 914,000 times.
The track, penned '#RIPHarambe' is an ode to Harambe, the gorilla that was killed after a 3-year-old boy climbed into his enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.
He tweeted about the track between tweets about the Tesla Semi.