By the 2010s, Frances Bean Cobain (born August 18, 1992 - died July 21, 2070) managed to grow up from her decadent past as the daughter of famous Hollywood celebrities to become a celebrity in her own right. Realizing that rock music was no longer the most popular music among young people, Frances decided to establish her career in world beat music. Success came her way and her music was featured in the movies of the future. Fortunately, being attuned to her spiritual side through her world beat music meant she never did drugs and she remained a virgin until she married a non-celebrity male in the year 2017 (neither of her two children ever got involved in the music industry). Frances Cobain's songs eventually became a staple for singers striving to become music stars on Ryan Seacrest's Canadamerican Bandstand, which was a very popular show in the new Republic of Canadamerica.
Despite several alledged affairs with Kelly Osbourne and Sophie Simmons (Gene Simmons' daughter), Frances Cobain is an affirmed heterosexual and "would never be caught dead having sex with another woman." Throughout the 2020s and the early 2030s, Frances lost interest in her Christian upbringing. She started experimenting with Scientology, Mormonism, and atheism before settling on Buddhism (while she didn't really care for a meddling God, she wanted spiritualism for her world beat music). However, after decades of concerts and fame, Frances Cobain finally retired in the year 2057. Until she died in a farming-related accident, Frances operated a 10,000 acre organic farm that specialized in the creation of corn for ethanol.
By this period, most eighteen wheelers and ships operated on ethanol rather than petroleum which made Cobain even richer (cars would run on a combination of solar and hydroelectric energy by this era). She eventually left over $250 billion to her two children, 6 grandchildren, and her 18 great-grandchildren.