Joe Budden Hints At Music Business AI Controversy As Conspiracy


Joe Budden Hints At Music Business AI Controversy As Conspiracy

The ever changing world of technology hit a milestone with artificial intelligence taking over everyday life and Joe Budden feels Drake beefing with Kendrick could all be an orchestrated plan by higher ups.

The music business has always made money hands over fist when dealing with legendary artists who have passed away. In recent years, fans have seen holograms that include such beloved stars as Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur, and Whitney Houston. All artists that many considered who died untimely deaths due to circumstances surrounding their demise.


Drake and Quavo are two current popular hip hop artists who have used iconic rappers who are no longer with us with Tupac and Takeoff lyrics for their beef. Drake has received flack from Tupac’s brother Mopreme Shakur and Suge Knight who believed Drizzy should not have brought Tupac into the foray. Snoop Dogg who is alive today had AI used by the Canadian hip hop star, but he didn’t seem to please with the use of his voice in this manner either.

The west coast rap legend said, “They did what? When? How? Are you sure? [Sigh] Y’all have a good night,” he said in the clip. “Why everybody calling my phone, blowing me up? What the f###— what happened? What’s going on? I’m going back to bed. Good night.”

Rapper turned podcast host, Joe Budden, gives insight into what he believes could be possibly going on. Without going into detail and giving a hypothetical scenario of watching a crime boss movie, Budden has a conspiracy theory that perhaps we are witnessing the roll out of AI infused music with the use of dead celebrities and current rap.

Former co-hosts of the Joe Budden Podcast have also chimed in on the controversy. In the video below, it is mentioned about the Kendrick Lamar single that related to the death of Nipsey Hussle and if that is similar to what Drake did. It is also questioned if Drake is appropriating the hip hop culture moreso than paying homage to one of his favorite artists.


WorldWide Entertainment TV has also discusses the positives and negatives of artificial intelligence as Ice Cube did not like the technology’s use of dead hip hop stars. Fans online were in awe when they heard the legendary Notorius B.I.G. aka Biggie Smalls rapping the infamous diss lyrics by Tupac Shakur against him on “Hit Em Up.” In a recent interview, Ice Cube described the practice of reworking dead artists voices and lyrics is demonic.

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