Drake ‘sings’ ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi’ using AI

An Indian content creator used artificial intelligence to create a new version of ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi’ sung by Drake.

Drake 'sings' 'Ainvayi Ainvayi' using AI f

"AI Drake singing ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi’."

Through the use of artificial intelligence, a viral video features Drake singing the upbeat Bollywood track ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi’.

Instagram content creator Anshuman Sharma, who has become known for his innovative music creations, made the AI-generated track.

The original track was sung by Salim Merchant and Sunidhi Chauhan and it featured in the film Band Baaja Baaraat, starring Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma.

Anshuman has now added a hip-hop twist by incorporating Drake into the popular song.

In the video, he revealed that he came across the AI tool.

It begins with the rapper’s 2016 song ‘Hotline Bling’ before blending into a Drake version of ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi’.

Through AI, Drake’s voice is edited to match the tune and rhythm of the Bollywood song, resulting in a realistic performance.

Anshuman captioned the video:

“So many of ya’ll asked me to post this so here it is!

“AI Drake singing ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi’.

“What do you ya’ll think, is AI getting scary?”


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Receiving over 2.6 million views, the AI-generated track impressed viewers, with many amazed by how realistic it sounded.

Many liked Drake’s version and for some, it took a while before they realised it was not a real track.

One said: “Dude!!! That’s surprisingly good.”

Another said: “Bro this s*** bangs.”

A third wrote: “This is so beautiful. I’m so happy. Thanks for making me smile.”

One person called for an entire track, writing: “This needs a full version.”

Another agreed: “You gotta post the full version.”

One fan was so impressed that they jokingly said the track was real, even coming up with an Indian name for Drake.

The user wrote: “This is fake, there’s no AI. Thakur Drakeshwar Singh is the actual singer.”

The AI song even led some to request Drake to create an Indian song, with one user writing:

“Drake should actually make Indian music it would be fire.”

However, some were concerned by the realism and how it could develop even further.

One said: “AI is getting out of hand.”

Another commented: “Things are getting out of hand now.”

Anshuman also asked his followers to provide Indian names for Drake, prompting the likes of “Drakesh Sharma”, “Drakepreet” and “Chai-papi”.

This comes after an AI-generated song featuring Drake and The Weeknd was removed from music streaming services.

The track, titled ‘Heart On My Sleeve’, simulates Drake and The Weeknd trading verses about pop star and actress Selena Gomez, who previously dated The Weeknd.

The creator, known as @ghostwriter, claims the song was created by software trained on the musicians’ voices.

Publishers Universal Music Group said the song violated copyright law.

The music publisher said platforms had a “legal and ethical responsibility” to prevent the use of services harming artists.

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”

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