US Rappers reimagined as Punjabi Music Stars

Through artificial intelligence, several popular US rappers were reimagined as Punjabi singers, from look to voice.

US Rappers reimagined as Punjabi Music Stars f

AI Tupac's influential and intense rap tone is on full display

Several US rappers were reimagined as Punjabi musicians through the use of artificial intelligence, providing a glimpse of their appearance and how they would sound.

On TikTok, BrownBoyCulture shared an insight into this musical transformation, featuring popular figures from the world of Hip-Hop.

With over 48,000 followers on the platform, BrownBoyCulture is known for creating Punjabi AI music and artwork.

Through this technology, TikTok viewers were provided a glimpse of US rappers performing the same track in Punjabi.

Drake, who is frequently the subject of AI Punjabi songs, is the first featured rapper.

Wearing a printed brown waistcoat and matching turban, Drake’s Punjabi sounds convincing.

It then seamlessly transitions to 50 Cent as his gritty rap delivery takes over. Similar to Drake, 50 Cent is also dressed in a turban and waistcoat combo.

US Rappers reimagined as Punjabi Music Stars

The TikTok video then features a blast from the past as the late Tupac and Biggie go back-to-back.

Although the two rappers had one of the most well-known rivalries in Hip-Hop history, their Punjabi counterparts flow smoothly as their distinctive rap styles complement one another.

Wearing a light-coloured turban and kurta, AI Tupac’s influential and intense rap tone is on full display before Biggie’s effortless flow comes into the foreground as he sports an elaborately printed kurta.

Dressed in a beige kurta, red turban and sunglasses, it is Snoop Dogg’s turn to shine via AI.

Characterised by his vocal tone’s melodic quality, Snoop’s relaxed delivery of the lyrics adds a smooth vibe to the track.

Eminem’s hard-hitting delivery provides a vast contrast but unlike the other US rappers, he is dressed in his signature hoodie and cap combo.

Other rappers who were reimagined as Punjabi stars included Busta Rhymes and DMX.

As the TikTok video came to a close, Jay-Z’s AI counterpart performed.

Dressed in a sleeveless kurta, teal shirt and turban, complete with a nose ring, Jay-Z’s renowned authoritative tone adds a storytelling edge to the song.

The clip ends with Lil Wayne’s versatile rap tone, adding an extra level of energy.

In the comments section, viewers loved that through AI, they could listen to their favourite rappers performing in Punjabi.

One said: “This is so good.”

Another commented: “This is the best video I’ve seen all week.”

@brownboyculture ?? Dropping another hit, crafted with a special touch! ?? Ever curious about how my tracks are so on point? Here’s a little secret: it’s not just my sound engineering skills at play. I’ve also got some coding tricks up my sleeve! ????? Using Python, I’ve developed a unique tool that helps me fine-tune each sound with incredible precision. ?? No relying on generic apps or websites here – it’s all about that personalized control over every beat and note. ???? As a seasoned sound engineer, blending my expertise with a bit of custom tech has been an amazing journey. ?? What a fantastic time we’re living in for music creation! ?? Hope you all love this latest track as much as I loved making it. All handcrafted, with a dash of tech magic! ?? #shubh #desimemes #desitiktok #browntiktok #brownmemes #punjabisong #punjabirapper #indianmemes #punjabifyp ? original sound – BrownBoyCulture

Others said the track made them want to see new collaborations, especially between Busta Rhymes and DMX.

One TikTok user said:

“A Busta and DMX track would go hard.”

Another agreed: “We need a Busta and DMX whole song.”

In the caption, BrownBoyCulture explained that certain “coding tricks” helped create the song.

It read: “Using Python, I’ve developed a unique tool that helps me fine-tune each sound with incredible precision.

“No relying on generic apps or websites here – it’s all about that personalised control over every beat and note.”

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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