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A.I.-Generated Songs Surface – Juice Wrld, Pop Smoke, Drake, and The Weeknd

April 17, 2023 | By Kali Girl

When it comes to Juice Wrld, Pop Smoke, Drake, and The Weeknd, the use of A.I.-generated voice-overs has become increasingly popular these days.

According to XXL, on Wednesday, April 12, a new song showcasing realistic Juice Wrld vocals, were skillfully composed using computer by Sam Haberman and Ben Paschke. Some of the A.I. lyrics said “I don’t even know what I’m on these days/I been feeling so many types of ways,” over the track, a normal Juice Wrld-type beat. “Touring back and forth, been through 40 states/And you can’t even see what we got at stake.”

In a seemingly comical fashion, On April 12th, a TikTok user by the name of jess.akinson dropped a version of “Munch (Feelin U)” by Ice Spice featuring Pop Smoke’s vocals were also resurrected via A.I.

According to Hip Hop DX, on April 14th the singer the weekend and Drake seemingly traded bars on a new song about singer Selena Gomez but it too was produced via artificial intelligence by someone known as ghost writer.

Most recently, after Drake’s voice was used by AI to cover Ice Spice’s “Munch (Feelin’ U),” he called it “the final straw.”

Jay-Z’s personal engineer Young Guru recently voiced concern after hearing A.I.-generated Jay-Z vocals.

In a recent move, Universal Music Group has requested leading streaming services such as Apple Music and Spotify to refrain from allowing artificial intelligence (AI) platforms to utilize its music catalog for “training” their technology.

“We have a moral and commercial responsibility to our artists to work to prevent the unauthorized use of their music and to stop platforms from ingesting content that violates the rights of artists and other creators,” a rep for UMG said. “We expect our platform partners will want to prevent their services from being used in ways that harm artists.”

As one fan of Drake’s stated, “We really are in a new era with this AI sh*t. Can’t even tell what’s legit or fake anymore. Wild.”

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