There's a lot to be said for believing in your own abilities. Sometimes people can do things simply because they believe they can. They don't doubt their vibe, you might say.
On the other hand, sometimes people try their hand at things and discover that they simply aren't any good at them. Which is fine, because trying and failing is how we as human beings learn.
Mind you, when you're one of the richest people in the world and you try new things in public, you risk failing most spectacularly on the world stage.
Take Elon Musk, who recently dropped an EDM track called "Don't Doubt Your Vibe" via SoundCloud. Supposedly released by Emo G Records, the song has been streamed more than 931,000 times as of this writing. Okay, so maybe it isn't a spectacular failure. It just isn't very good. Musk's voice is heard throughout, repeatedly entreating listeners to believe in their vibe, which is all well and good. The trouble is, the song itself is weirdly anticlimactic. As the Guardian's Alexis Petridis put it, the track sounds as if "it’s been made by someone with what you might charitably describe as a shaky grasp of musical dynamics. It keeps going in for lengthy buildups that don’t actually build up to anything: the drums roll, the tension mounts, then the track just picks up where it left off."
Lest you doubt that "Don't Doubt Your Vibe" is really the work of the Tesla CEO and not a prankster posing as him, I point you in the direction of Twitter, where the song is all Musk has been tweeting about for the past 24 hours or so. Never let it be said that the man doesn't know how to promote himself—or that he doubts his vibe.
Still, he might want to leave the music production to his girlfriend (and likely baby mama), Vancouver-born Grimes, in the future.