Connecting Grimes and Elon Musk

* Elon Musk (2018–2022)
The song was recorded in response to her split from Elon Musk and the increased media attention from it.
In 2018, Boucher began a relationship with Elon Musk.

It was a track that had been written for and rejected by Rihanna and was premiered on Zane Lowe's radio 1 show. '' Rolling Stone'' ranked it number fourteen on their Best Songs of 2014 list.
She was described by ''Tastemakers Magazine'' as an "alien love-child of Aphex Twin and ABBA". '' The Guardian'' summarised her musical style: "By sounding a little like everything you've ever heard, the whole sounds like nothing you've ever heard." '' The Japan Times'' wrote that Grimes' "otherworldly, Ableton-assisted music is crammed full of hooks fit to sit alongside Rihanna and Taylor Swift in the Top 40". '' Dazed'' stated: "In a sense, she'd always thrived on being too pop for indie and too indie for pop".

In April 2020, Rihanna further donated an additional $2,100,000, matching Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for a total of $4,200,000, to provide support and resources to individuals and children suffering from domestic violence amid the lockdown.

Jack Dorsey
Dorsey received support from entrepreneurs Elon Musk and Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, among others.

* March of the Pugs Tour (North America, 2016) {{small|(supported by Hana, Tei Shi, Christine and the Queens)}}

Christine and the Queens French singer
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It takes place at the famed historical Paris landmark Palais Garnier, features Christine and a group of dancers dancing to the songs from the EP, and concludes with a guest appearance from featured artist Caroline Polachek.
The short film was included in ''Pitchfork'''s list of "The 20 Best Music Videos of 2020"; Ryan Dombal wrote: "this is art-pop cinema that's both steeped in history and gloriously unafraid to blaze its own way." Two more singles were released from ''La vita nuova'': "I Disappear In Your Arms" on 8 June and the title track featuring Caroline Polachek on 14 August; an EP with remixes of the latter was released on 28 August.

Caroline Polachek American singer
In 2019, Polachek was a songwriter, along with Yung Jake, on the single "RIP Harambe" released by entrepreneur Elon Musk about the captive gorilla killed in 2016.

* Diplo and Skrillex – Full Flex Express Canadian Train Tour (2012)

The same year, rapper Azealia Banks, who had been discovered by Diplo on social media when she was seventeen, claimed the producer helped her start her career in exchange for favours of sexual nature when she was underage in the fifth episode of her SoundCloud podcast, "Cheapys Two Cents".

Azealia Banks American rapper from New York
In April 2022, with news of Elon Musk possibly purchasing Twitter, Banks rejoined the site under the handle @Azealiaishere.