A new AI-music generator is turning random topics into Drake-like songs. On fan made website Drayk.it, users can visit, type in or select a random song topic of their choice, and be placed on a brief wait for a track to be created using AI technology.
Users have gone to Twitter with their reactions to the website, some even claiming its better than the 6 God’s actual music. Created by virtual music studio Mayk.it, founders Stefán Heinrich Henriquez and Akiva Bamberger told Forbes in 2022 that the “premise is that everyone should be able to make songs and work as an artist.”
“We’re unleashing music creativity for everyone. When we looked at other music-making apps, we found they were just too complex for us. They were almost all developed by professional musicians who didn’t have much empathy for beginners,” Henriquez added.
He continued, “We can’t make music for people, but we can help them to express themselves musically. In a world of automation, creativity is how we will create new value, but people need the right tools to help them exploit their creativity.”
While he may not have tapped into AI technology for his music (yet), Drizzy last headlined two shows at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem on January 21 and 22. Surprise guests included Dipset, Lil Uzi Vert and 21 Savage, while Ice Spice, Elliott Wilson, Odell Beckham Jr. and more were in attendance throughout the weekend.
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