Elon Musk Just Released a Rap Song About Harambe the Gorilla

Elon Musk Harambe Rap

Elon Musk Harambe Rap

There's still time! He could be Elon Musk: CEO of Tesla and SpaceX and record producer extraordinaire. The Space X boss said: "This might be my finest work". Elon followed the tweet with another one saying "I'm disappointed that my record label failed".

The SoundCloud name Emo G is a play on emoji, a callback to a Musk joke from earlier in the weekend.

The two-minute track is a bouncy tribute to Harambe the gorilla.

Harambe was a Cincinnati Zoo gorilla killed in 2016 after a 3-year-old boy climbed into its enclosure.

Having listened to it several times, all we can say for sure is that it's an earworm you definitely should not listen to it.

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The song features a digitally-modified voice and references the death of the gorilla in its lyrics: "RIP Harambe, sipping on some Bombay, we on our way to heaven, amen, amen".

Review of the track on Twitter have been mixed.

As of this writing, over 201,000 people have listened to "RIP Harambe" since Musk revealed its existence to the world on Saturday.

But, another tweeted: "I loved it and I demand a live performance".

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