Mind-Blowing AI Cover of 50 Cent’s Classic Song Leaves Mike Tyson in Awe

In a surprising twist, AI technology has resurrected the voices of 2Pac and Biggie, captivating listeners with a rendition of a beloved 50 Cent track. Even retired heavyweight boxing champion, Mike Tyson, was left astounded by the AI-generated masterpiece.

During an episode of the Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson podcast, guest Tony Yayo shared tales from G-Unit’s heyday before delving into the influence of AI voice technology in the music industry. To demonstrate its power, Yayo requested the playing of “Many Men” by 50 Cent, 2Pac, and Biggie.

Tyson and co-host DJ Whoo Kid were taken aback. Although not an exact replica of a collaboration between the iconic artists, the fusion of Biggie’s voice delivering 50 Cent’s hook and 2Pac’s opening verse left Tyson astonished. It was a mind-bending experience that left everyone in awe.

While Yayo was impressed by the AI-driven future, other artists, like Snoop Dogg, remain skeptical. Snoop expressed his reservations about a proposed AI-generated joint album featuring Biggie and 2Pac, suggesting that incorporating their original vocals would be a more authentic approach. Likewise, Ice Cube also voiced his concerns, stating he would take legal action against anyone attempting to create AI-generated songs using his voice.

Snoop Dogg Shows No Interest In a 2Pac and Biggie AI Collab Project 😀🤔

Snoop Dogg Shows No Interest In a 2Pac and Biggie AI Collab Project

Snoop Dogg Shows No Interest In a 2Pac and Biggie AI Collab Project. The rapper at an event answered an interview question as to whether he would love to see a 2Pac and Biggie AI collab album. 

Snoop Dogg answered, “I don’t really know about that. With AI because that’s what kind of like computerized voices, you know. I think if they can find some old tracks with their vocals and put them together, that sounds better to me.” 

Don’t forget that Snoop Dogg detailed how Tu Pac hated him before he died. 

Dogg continued, “I never see myself getting involved. even when he played the video for me to “Hit Em Up” the song I didn’t like the song. I didn’t like it I didn’t like it like I didn’t like the shit. Like it wasn’t like the shit to me like. It was buying, you buy more problems Cuh’, like you are buying problem. Gangsters is everywhere. They make them everywhere. And I think when he got, he got to the mind state that we them m***********. and ain’t nobody like us or if people like us everywhere…”

The interview lasted a few hours where Snoop Dogg details how he joined Death Row, pointing that he never wanted to join at first. 

Snoop Dogg Shows No Interest In a 2Pac and Biggie AI Collab Project. What do you think? Kindly let us know in the comments section. 


Biggie Crowns The Best Rapper Of All Time

Biggie – Notorious B.I.G. was in Los Angeles to promote his album “Life After Death” on March 9, 1997, when he was killed at the age of 24. He was shot four times while driving.

Although, his murder case has not been resolved, the Los Angeles police department officer believes he was killed by Suge Knight, former Death Row Records CEO to revenge the killing of Tupac Shakur in 1996.

It’s twenty-five years down the line, Biggie is considered a Hip Hop legend, and his work is still being celebrated all over the globe. Diddy shared a throwback video of Biggie on the 9th of March, encouraging the upcoming artist to pursue their dreams.

“There will NEVER be another,” he wrote in the caption. “The GREATEST RAPPER OF ALL TIME. Today we celebrate and honor you, king. Love and miss you!!”

Biggie was only able to release just one album while he was alive, his 1994 debut Ready To Die. The project produced several Hip Hop classics, including. “Juicy,” “Big Poppa” and the likes.”

The track “Life After Death” was released just 16 days after his murder, lending the entire project an ominous vibe. Adding to the fact that it picks up where “Suicidal Thoughts” left off on the first album.

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