Although the usage of AI in the music industry has already generated controversy, producers and composers have found it to be a fantastic tool for their work.

For instance, Timbaland was never given the chance to collaborate with the late Biggie Smalls. He nevertheless produced a fantasy collaboration with the late Brooklyn artist with the aid of AI. He remarked, “We know there is a lot of talk about AI and we know how the feelings of breaking certain things.” But I will let you in on a secret: I have got a solution and I am working on it. Everybody will benefit from it.

I have been working on something that I must share since I have always wanted to do this but never had the chance. Before playing the song, he said, “I always wanted to work with Big but I never had the opportunity to. Young Dolph, Nipsey Hussle, and Pop Smoke are shouted out by the late rapper’s voice as Timbaland combines AI Biggie with his trademark futuristic production approach. Even though it is a nice experiment, it still raises concerns about how easy AI can mimic an artist’s voice without that artist’s knowledge or permission.

Timbaland and AI Biggie collab

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Timbaland’s post received a range of responses in the comment area. Offset and others have described the AI collaboration as “hard,” but many others also felt this way. Some of them even went so far as to call it disrespectful. However, Timbaland seemed enthusiastic about what he had produced. @creatrgod @youngguru763 this is the ritual here I had too,” he added, mentioning Jay-Z’s engineer, who has vehemently opposed the use of artificial intelligence to mimic artists’ voices.

Although Timbaland’s AI solution is currently unknown, it appears to be something the music industry might need more than before. The rise of AI songs, particularly those that feature the vocals of musicians like Drake and The Weeknd, has prompted action from Universal Music Group in the last month. After they utilized his voice to cover Ice Spice’s “Munch,” Drake became irritated with the technology. UMG urged Spotify and other streaming services to take action and stop playing music created using artificial intelligence, though. View Timbaland’s post from earlier.


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