Using two artificial intelligence sites, the DJ created lyrics and raps in the style of US stars for the live show. The French producer has announced that it will not release the track commercially. But he said he believes musicians will use AI as a tool to create new sounds in the future because every new style of music comes from new technology. Guetta won the award for Best Producer at Saturday’s awards ceremony.
Variety noted last week that AI-generated songs have gone viral on TikTok in recent months, with fans using software to make existing songs sound like they were sung by another artist. Last month, Drake’s fans began using his AI generator to create their own tracks in the vein of the Canadian rapper. Also in January, Nick Cave wrote a scathing review about an artificial intelligence system trying to write a song called “Nick Cave Style.”