Khalid Not Here For AI-Generated Music Despite Uptick In Songs - Credit: TMZ

Khalid Not Here For AI-Generated Music Despite Uptick In Songs

Khalid, the Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter, is not here for AI-generated music. Despite an uptick in songs created using artificial intelligence (AI), Khalid has made it clear that he’s not interested in joining the trend.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Khalid said “I don’t think I could ever be comfortable with AI creating my music. It just doesn’t feel right to me. Music is something that comes from within and I want to keep it that way.”
The rise of AI generated music has been on the rise over the past few years as technology advances have allowed for more sophisticated algorithms to be used in creating new sounds and melodies. While some artists are embracing this new form of creativity, others like Khalid are taking a more traditional approach when it comes to their artistry.
For those who do choose to use AI generated music, there are several benefits including increased productivity and cost savings due to less time spent on production costs such as studio time or hiring musicians for live performances. Additionally, many believe that these technologies can open up creative possibilities by allowing artists access to sounds they may not have had before or even thought possible.
However, despite its potential advantages there are still some drawbacks associated with relying too heavily on AI generated music which include lack of originality and authenticity as well as difficulty replicating certain emotions through computerized compositions alone.
At the end of the day though it seems like Khalid will stick with his own style when it comes to making his own tunes rather than relying on machines for inspiration – at least for now anyway! He believes that true artistry should come from within oneself instead of being manufactured by computers no matter how advanced they become over time.
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