Rap feud sells records, and Drake is now utilizing artificial intelligence to channel the sounds of Tupac and Snoop Dogg for his next freestyle. Here’s the most recent updates.

The feud began at the end of March, when Future and Metro Boomin released the song “Like That” with Kendrick Lamar. The entire feature is a diss tune intended at Drake, which continues their ‘it’s complex’ status after more than ten years.

Drake has responded with the song “Push Ups,” but the most intriguing move is a “Taylor Made Freestyle” that the rapper posted on Instagram. It includes verses that employ AI to sound like Tupac and Snoop Dogg are rapping about the current conflict before transitioning to Drake in the final versus—without AI manipulation.

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The song contains an AI-version of Tupac coercing Kendrick Lamar into reacting to Drake’s “Push Ups” song by dubbing him the West Coast savior. In the second verse, an AI version of Snoop Dogg challenges Lamar’s street cred while also encouraging him to reply to the freshly released ‘diss track.’

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“I know you’ve never been to jail, wore jumpsuits and shower shoes, shot, stabbed, or done anything violent to anyone; it’s the homies who empower you. But yet, you gotta show this fucking owl who’s boss in the West. Now’s the time to truly make a power play,” the AI Snoop raps.


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♬ original sound – Jeremy Hecht

Drake’s final stanza is full of love for Taylor Swift, who teamed with Kendrick Lamar on “Bad Blood.” Drake complains about having to wait a week for a response to his diss track: “’cause Taylor Swift is your new top/And if you ’bout to drop, she gotta approve.” However, he also mentions Taylor Swift, saying, “Yeah shoutout to Taylor Swift/Biggest gangster in the music game right now/You know, I moved my album when she dropped.”

While we can’t ask Tupac what he thinks about the usage of his music in a recent rap feud, Snoop Dogg has already responded to the diss track. “What did they do?” When? How? “Are you sure?” he asks the camera, cheekily smiling. “Y’all have a good night.”