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### AI-Enhanced Duet: MS Dhoni & Taylor Swift Perform “Channa Mereya”

Posted on Instagram by the creator, DJ MRA (Amarjit Singh), the reimagined version of the song has …

The song also integrated the essence of the Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal.

There is a trend of AI-generated renditions of songs by notable personalities on Indian online platforms, with many showcasing the vocals of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Recently, singer Taylor Swift and former cricketer MS Dhoni joined in, performing Arijit Singh’s popular track “Channa Mereya.”

DJ MRA (Amarjit Singh) shared the reimagined version on Instagram, which has already amassed nearly 21 million views.

In this musical collaboration, Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is joined by artists like Adnan Sami, Atif Aslam, Kanye West, Ariana Grande, and others. Additionally, Rahat Fateh Khan, B Praak, and Jubin Nautiyal contributed their voices to the composition.

Listen to the rendition here:

The AI-generated music received widespread praise online, garnering over 1 million likes on Instagram. Users expressed their interest in seeing a version featuring Ariana and eagerly awaited Adnan Sami’s take on the song.

The reactions varied from awe to curiosity, with one user questioning the mix of wonder and fear evoked by the rendition. Comments ranged from “incredible” to “amazing,” showcasing the diverse reactions to the AI-generated music.

Previously, a music group from Bengaluru performed a song composed by ChatGPT. Swarathma, a renowned folk music ensemble, captivated the audience with an enchanting performance of the AI-generated composition at an artificial intelligence event in Bangalore.

An article by Bloomberg in April explored the implications of Artificial technology on rights, creativity, and the future of the music industry. It emphasized the evolving landscape of music production and the need to balance Artificial and human creativity effectively.

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