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Ice Cube implores Drake to sue the person behind the AI song Heart On My Sleeve

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Ice Cube says Drake ought to sue whoever made the AI-generated observe ‘Heart On My Sleeve’.

Ice Cube has branded AI-generated music ‘demonic’

The observe by TikTok person Ghostwriter977 used Artificial Intelligence to generate vocals that sounded identical to musicians Drake and The Weeknd.

The song grew to become an enormous viral hit and reportedly racked up 230,000 performs on YouTube and greater than 625,000 on Spotify.

However, it’s now not obtainable on providers together with Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, and YouTube.

And the 53-year-old rapper insists he would take authorized motion if anybody made a song together with his vocal likeness.

Speaking on the ‘Full Send’ podcast, Ice stated of the observe: “I don’t wanna hear an AI Drake song. Yeah. I don’t wanna hear that bull****. He should sue whoever made it.”

The ‘Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It’ hitmaker blasted AI songs as “demonic”.

He continued: “Imma sue the motherf**** who made it and the folks and the platform who play it.

“It’s like a sample. Somebody can’t take your original voice and manipulate it without having to pay. I think AI is demonic, I think AI is going to get a backlash from organic people.”

Although many artists have voiced their considerations, together with Sting and Nick Cave, experimental pop artist Grimes loves it a lot, she has created her personal AI song generator software program, Elf.Tech, and is asking followers to create songs so long as she will get 50 per cent of the royalties.

She tweeted: “You can use Grimes identify and likeness (I humbly ask that you simply please be tasteful tho). Grimes is now open supply and self replicating.

“in alternate for a Grimes feat and distribution. (sic)”

Recently, Sting, 71, waded into the ongoing debate relating to the use of AI software program to mimic well-known musicians and admitted it is “going to be a battle” for the music business.

He advised the BBC: “The constructing blocks of music belong to us, to human beings.

“That’s going to be a battle all of us have to struggle in the subsequent couple of years: Defending our human capital in opposition to AI.

“The tools are useful, but we have to be driving them,” he stated. “I don’t think we can allow the machines to just take over. We have to be wary.”

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