Grimes: the singer who lives with Elon Musk (in a parallel future)

  • Everything in his music, proposals and image sounds future; so much so that sometimes listening to their theories is exhausting

His music, his proposals, his image, his partner, the name of his son. Everything about her sounds future. So much so that it is sometimes exhausting to listen to their theories. Born Claire Elise Boucher 33 years ago In Vancouver, Grimes celebrates a decade shaping the sounds of today with records that mix dream pop, R&B, electronic, hip hop. AND topics that talk about science fiction, feminism or climate change like those on her fifth studio album, ‘Miss Anthropocene’, released in 2020 a few months before give birth to X Æ A-12, the son she shares with billionaire Elon Musk.

The Tesla mogul and the Canadian singer have been explaining how the name of their offspring is pronounced for months. Musk recounted on a podcast that the idea came from the mother, although he contributed A-12, “a nod to the Archangel-12, forerunner of the SR-71, the coolest airplane of all time”. Grimes wrote on Twitter that “X is the unknown variable, Æ my spelling for AI (love and artificial intelligence), A-12 for the predecessor of our favorite aircraft: no weapons or defenses, just speed. Great in battle but not violent.

“She is special, one of the most peculiar people I have ever met. In fact we had the debate about which of the two is more crazy & rdquor;, said Elon Musk

And that’s how this curious couple spends their lives, between explanations of their occurrences, presentations of their genius and sometimes, also, some other activity that brings them closer to the rest of the mortals. Like this summer when they visited Florence, they walked through the historic center and enjoyed a private visit to the Uffizi that Grimes used in a TikTok video to present his new song, ‘Shinigami Eyes’. Or when she shows her child’s haircut on Instagram “inspired by the Netflix series ‘The Last Kingdom’, a masterpiece & rdquor ;.

Musk – who with his 151,000 million dollars manages the second world fortune after Jeff Bezos and tries to revolutionize transport on earth, with Tesla, and in space, with SpaceX rockets – has been married three times and has had six children . About his relationship with Grimes he tells in ‘The New York Times’: His music, his proposals, his image, his partner, the name of his son. Everything about her sounds future. So much so that it is sometimes exhausting to listen to their theories. Born Claire Elise Boucher 33 years ago in Vancouver, Grimes celebrates a decade shaping the sounds of today with records that mix dream pop, R&B, electronic, hip hop. And themes that speak of science fiction, feminism or climate change such as those of her fifth studio album, Miss Anthropocene, released in 2020 a few months before giving birth to X Æ A-12, the son she shares with billionaire Elon Musk. .

The Tesla mogul and the Canadian singer have been explaining how the name of their offspring is pronounced for months. Musk recounted in a podcast that the idea came from the mother, although he contributed A-12, “a nod to the Archangel-12, forerunner of the SR-71, the coolest airplane of all time”. Grimes wrote on Twitter that “X is the unknown variable, Æ my spelling for AI (love and artificial intelligence), A-12 for the predecessor of our favorite aircraft: no weapons or defenses, just speed. Great in battle but not violent.

And that’s how this curious couple spends their lives, between explanations of their occurrences, presentations of their genius and sometimes, also, some other activity that brings them closer to the rest of the mortals. Like this summer when they visited Florence, they walked through the historic center and enjoyed a private visit to the Uffizi that Grimes used in a TikTok video to present his new song, ‘Shinigami Eyes’. Or when she shows her child’s haircut on Instagram “inspired by the Netflix series ‘The Last Kingdom’, a masterpiece & rdquor ;.

Three weddings, six children

Musk, who with his 151,000 million dollars manages the second world fortune after Jeff Bezos and tries to revolutionize transport on earth, with Tesla, and in space, with SpaceX rockets, has been married three times and has had six children . About his relationship with Grimes he tells in ‘The New York Times’: “She is special, that’s for sure. He is one of the most peculiar people I have ever met. In fact we have had this debate in which we have asked ourselves who of the two is more crazy? & Rdquor ;. The couple have Canada in common. She was born and raised in that country. He emigrated there from South Africa at the age of 17.

“Babies are fine, but at this age they are machines that only eat and shit, when I grow up I will be more present”, says Elon Musk

But for now, parenting is more on the feminine side. Little modernity in that matter. “Babies are fine, but at this age they are machines that only eat and shit. Grimes has a much bigger role than I do now. When I grow up I will be more present, as I have done with my other children. If I have a trip to China I will take them and we will see the Great Wall or the Warriors of Xian. I have also created an online school for them and it has worked very well & rdquor ;.

Grimes is at the opposite pole. “Babies have a particular taste. They prefer some things to others. They have an opinion. I have even watched Apocalypse Now with my son. AX likes radical art & rdquor ;. It was so clear to her since her pregnancy that she spoke of techno-feminism to be a more present mother. Using a virtual avatar, WarNymph (War nymph), Grimes has invented a digital version of herself with which she intends to give concerts, give interviews and photography sessions without being physically present at those appointments. What things does the future have … The couple have Canada in common. She was born and raised in that country. He emigrated there from South Africa at the age of 17.

“Babies have an opinion. I’ve even seen ‘Apocalypse Now’ with my son. AX likes radical art & rdquor ;, explains the singer

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But for now, parenting is more on the feminine side. Little modernity in that matter. “Babies are fine, but at this age they are machines that only eat and shit. Grimes has a much bigger role than I do now. When I grow up I will be more present, as I have done with my other children. If I have a trip to China I will take them and we will see the Great Wall or the Warriors of Xian. I have also created an online school for them and it has worked very well & rdquor ;.

Grimes is at the opposite pole. “Babies have a particular taste. They prefer some things to others. They have an opinion. I have even watched Apocalypse Now with my son. AX likes radical art & rdquor ;. It was so clear to her since she was pregnant that she spoke of techno-feminism to be a more present mother. Using a virtual avatar, WarNymph (War Nymph), Grimes has invented a digital version of herself with which she intends to give concerts, give interviews and photography sessions without being physically present at those appointments. What things does the future have.

Article: Soure