7 AI Songs by ‘Sidhu Moose Wala’ you Need to Hear

Since his death in 2022, the loss of Sidhu Moose Wala is still felt globally. But these top AI songs show that his voice may live on forever.

7 AI Songs by 'Sidhu Moose Wala' you Need to Hear

"It feels like he is now gonna live forever"

In the ever-evolving world of music, AI has emerged as a powerful tool, capable of generating the voice of any musician, including Sidhu Moose Wala.

The Punjabi singer passed away in May 2022 and his death is still mourned around the world.

The artist does have a catalogue of unreleased vocals and songs, notably seen through releases like ‘Vaar’ and ‘Mera Na’.

However, AI now harnesses the power to recreate these iconic voices and use them to create fresh and entirely new tracks.

Combining his distinctive style with the ingenuity of AI, creators have delivered a series of awe-inspiring tracks by ‘Sidhu Moose Wala’ that have left fans astounded.

Here, we will showcase the seamless fusion of technology and artistry that has redefined the boundaries of contemporary music.



With lyrics from It’s Shah and music from Bigg Smokee comes the impressive track ‘Underworld’.

Using Sidhu’s powerful voice, the song evokes the passionate and fierce melodies that many fans have become accustomed to.

The song comes in at under two minutes but the fact AI has managed to seamlessly blend the singer’s different tones is impressive.

It uses the traditional hip hop-sounding beats that Sidhu would use and his flow bounces throughout his verse.

One listener, Karan Singh, was equally fascinated, commenting on YouTube:

“Sidhu’s voice is back in the game.”

The track almost feels like a 100% real release from the musician.

If I Die


By YouTuber Harman, comes this emotive and ballad-type track from ‘Sidhu Moose Wala’.

The song starts off with a sample of one of Al Pacino’s famous lines from his historic movie, Scarface, where he says:

“Hey, f*ck you man! Who put this thing together? Me, that’s who! Who Do I trust? Me!”

It creates an eerie and darker atmosphere and as soon as Sidhu’s voice comes in, listeners are instantly hooked.

The artist starts singing with his engaging lyrics and the beat slowly follows in.

The creator has even managed to capture the different cadences in Sidhu’s voice.

In one part of the song, he transitions from singing to slowly talking and back to singing – it’s incredible.



With over 41,000 YouTube views is ‘Clash’ which is one of the clearest AI songs from ‘Sidhu Moose Wala’.

It’s also one of the most well-rounded songs that moulds together a chorus, adlibs, beat, production and melody.

The instrumental itself has different components and transitions between bass and treble and has more layers of Punjabi sounds.

One listener, Shrey Kulshrestha, explained his jubilation at the song:

“It feels like he is now gonna live forever.

“He is now immortal because now there is hope that his voice will come out with new lyrics and beat.”

The track feels like it could be played at a wedding and the musician’s harmonies bellow out in extraordinary fashion.

One of the best aspects of ‘Clash’ is the chorus which has the signature Sidhu catchiness that fans will surely have stuck in their heads.



Whilst the voices are the standout feature of these AI songs, the production element is equally remarkable.

Fusing Punjabi and western sounds, as Sidhu would have done, to generate the memorable type beats that the singer would use is stunning.

And, we see that aspect at the forefront with ‘Empty’.

It has the bouncy head-nodding bass that listeners expect, but the underlayer of Indian instrumentation gives the song a unique feel.

Whilst ‘Sidhu’s’ voice is a bit more AI-sounding, it’s still a remarkable attempt. One can throw this on at a party and many wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.

Black Mate


From YouTuber VIRUS is the mesmerising song ‘Black Mate’.

Although there are a few stumbles in ‘Sidhu’s’ flow, which is down to the AI generation, the characteristics of the track still excite.

‘Black Mate’ shows how the singer’s voice can be manipulated and sculpted into different rhythms and cadences.

It creates an entirely different listening experience for fans and musicians alike.

You can even hear the crackles and vibrations in ‘Sidhu’s’ voice as you would in a real song of his, which is just one of the mind-blowing features of this project.

Having garnered over 5,000 YouTube views in its first 10 days of release just shows how much ‘Black Mate’ has been on repeat.

Ain’t Died In Vain


‘Ain’t Died In Vain’ is a cover of Prem Dhillon’s track of the same name.

Dhillon’s version was released as a tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala and has over 6 million YouTube views.

One fan even commented saying she wished Sidhu could sing this song – now he has.

Creator VIRUS took it upon himself to slap Sidhu’s voice onto this song and it works out tremendously well.

‘Sidhu’ mimics Dhillon’s original harmonies and buoyant vocals but the track has a sound of its own.

The sound of ‘Ain’t Died In Vain’ fits in with Sidhu’s brash and confident style that oozed out of him in his projects and videos.



‘Jealousy’ is a cover of Navaan Sandhu and Gurlez Akhtar’s 2022 track of the same name.

Similar to the original, Gurlez’s vocals go back to back with the main singer, and in this instance, that is ‘Sidhu’.

This is quite surprising yet remarkable as the creator would’ve had to get the timing right between both vocals – which is harder when one of the voices is AI-generated.

Like the other songs on this list, ‘Jealousy’ captures the effortless beauty of Sidhu’s voice.

This project, similar to the others, is able to replicate his artistry without trying to modify or change the way he sounded.

The “collaboration” between ‘Sidhu Moose Wala’ and AI has undoubtedly pushed the boundaries of musical creativity, leaving an indelible mark on the industry.

These AI songs by Sidhu have demonstrated the immense potential of combining human brilliance with the computational power of AI algorithms.

These tracks have not only captivated listeners with their catchy melodies and engaging lyrics but have also sparked discussions about the future of music creation.

As technology continues to advance, we can expect AI to play an increasingly prominent role in shaping the music landscape.

Undoubtedly, these ‘Sidhu Moose Wala’ songs have been created in memory of the late singer.

But, they have also opened up uncharted territories of how musicians can now live on forever in the purest way.

Balraj is a spirited Creative Writing MA graduate. He loves open discussions and his passions are fitness, music, fashion, and poetry. One of his favourite quotes is “One day or day one. You decide.”

Images courtesy of Instagram.

Videos courtesy of YouTube.

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