Everywhere you turn, especially on the internet, everyone is speaking about AI (Artificial Intelligence).
You’ve heard the Drake songs created using AI. Drake’s response to an AI-created cover of Ice Spice’s ‘Munch’ was, “This is the final straw.” AI covers emulating the likes of Rihanna, The Weeknd, Kanye West and Beyonce have also been released. And, let’s just say, they are quite something.
Over the weekend, AI-generated Drake covers of AKA and Nasty C’s ‘Lemons (Lemonade) and Blxckie’s ‘Kwenzekile’ had fans in stitches while some shared their disapproval.
Just like all new technologies, AI presents a set of challenges. But, the advantages cannot be ignored.
Which ever side of the conversation you pick, AI is here to stay and it’s a tool that millions of people are using to create useful products.
We got curious and asked the popular AI chatbot ChatGPT some questions about South African Hip-Hop, and the results were interesting.
Please note that ChatGPT’s knowledge cutoff is September 2021, so we stuck to the 2010s era.
We copied and pasted the results as they are, even the ones that are inaccurate. Be on the lookout for footnotes that contain the correct information.
View the SA Hip-Hop lists generated by AI chatbot ChatGPT below:
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