One of the biggest revelations in the music industry right now is AI technology. AI in general is a hot topic across the globe in all different industries for a multitude of reasons. For some, they feel it will be detrimental to society and that nothing will replicate the work of human. Others are optimistic in that in will change how the world functions for the better. Wherever you stand on this subject, AI is here to stay for the foreseeable future. One person who is onboard with it is Fivio Foreign.
Just a short time ago, an AI-generated song from Drake and The Weeknd was put up for Grammy consideration. The track, "heart on my sleeve," was made by Ghostwriter and it was deemed eligible because it was made by a human. This of course led to a lot of heated debates. But even artists like Meek Mill were messing with the track, showing that AI is carving its own niche. Now, Fivio Foreign is jumping on the bandwagon as well with a historic, first-ever collaboration.
Listen To "Doin Me" From Fivio Foreign And SOUNDRAW
Fivio teams up with SOUNDRAW, an AI music-generating company based in Tokyo, Japan. He can etch his name into the rap history books as the first rapper to ever use an AI-generated instrumental. According to their website, SOUNDRAW was founded on February 12, 2020, by Daigo Kusunoki. Just last, year, the company funded $1.4 million in US dollars to expand globally according to Bridge. This a big moment for music that will get the people debating, but the song is absolute fire.
What are your initial thoughts on this exciting collaboration between Fivio Foreign and SOUNDRAW on their song "Doin Me?" Do you think more and more artists will begin to use AI to help make their beats? Is this a good or bad thing for music? We want to hear what you have to say about all of this. With that in mind, be sure to leave all of your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the hottest song releases, as well as all of the latest breaking news around the music world.
Them boys too trippy
They been talkin' crazy on the net
But I've never seen them n***** gettin' busy
And I never wanted n***** comin' with me
And they never took my jewelry that was iffy