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### Poor Bunny gets enraged by an AI course voiced by a machine

Bad Bunny shared his thoughts on the track, titled “Demo #5: Nostalgia,” on his WhatsAp…

If you’re tuning in to the AI-generated music that emulates Bad Bunny’s style, check out “Vete.”

The Puerto Rican artist shared his thoughts on the track “Demo# 5: Nostalgia” on his WhatsApp channel, which was then circulated by followers on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Wednesday.

He began by expressing, “There are individuals I resonate with, and there are those I do not.” There are also those whom I comprehend.

Addressing men who enjoy trending music on TikTok, the 29-year-old “Monaco” performer stated that they should exit the group immediately. “You all are not worthy of my companionship.”

The singer-songwriter further explained that his latest song, “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana,” was released as a means to distance himself from disingenuous fans.

“This new song was created precisely to distance individuals like that,” he emphasized.

In conclusion, he remarked, “Chu yi fuera. My God, I do not wish for you to accompany me on tour.”

Reportedly, over 700,000 listeners have streamed the track, produced using FlowGPT as reported by NME, featuring inimitable tones reminiscent of Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber.

“Heart on My Sleeve,” an AI-generated track with reimagined lyrics from Drake and The Weeknd, gained immense popularity earlier this year, amassing 13 million views on TikTok within days.

As per Variety, the song was even submitted for Grammy consideration.

The integration of AI in music creation has sparked discussions within the industry. Some, like Public Image Ltd.’s John Lydon, believe it could potentially “ultimately make decisions for you, and that’s pretty dangerous.”

Questioning the influence and control behind these fabricated creations, he pondered in The Guardian, “Who is in demand, who is feeding the information and setting the rules for these fictions? Where does the social code lie? It has now completely permeated the minds of the youth. What will be the outcome of this?”

Despite concerns, AI technology has found favor among musicians such as the Beatles. Paul McCartney disclosed in June that he utilized the technology to finalize “the final Beatles record.”

Utilizing AI, they were able to extract John Lennon’s vocals from an archived video to create the track “Now and Then,” posthumously featuring the late John Lennon, who tragically passed away in December 1980 at the age of 40.

Describing the process, McCartney shared, “We worked on a video that John had. Through this AI, we could capture John’s essence and make it authentic. Thus, we could complete the record as we typically would. It allowed for some flexibility.”

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