Bad Bunny Battles AI Invasion as an Unauthorized Track Using His Voice Goes Viral on TikTok 

The Bad Bunny Debacle: Why Are People Disappointed in Him?
Credit: Instagram/ Screenshot @badbunnypr

At this point, it seems like we can’t get away from AI. It’s everywhere – and people are not okay with it. In some ways, it can be considered a threat because it challenges the very essence of creativity and authenticity. The reality is that artificial Intelligence, with its rapid advancements, has breached the front lines of many things, including music. In turn, this has caused ripples of concern among both artists and listeners. Truly, the danger lies not just in the realms of technology but in the legitimacy of art itself. 

One of the recent victims of this technological intrusion is none other than Bad Bunny. The Puerto Rican reggaetonero found himself entangled in a battle against AI-generated music. An AI generator, fueled by algorithms and data, took it upon itself to create a reggaeton track, seamlessly integrating Bad Bunny’s voice. The song was named “Demo 5 Nostalgia by FlowGPT.” This unauthorized creation swiftly went viral on platforms like TikTok, amassing attention at an alarming rate. 


@FlowGPT #badbunnynostalgia #nostalgia #nostalgiabadbunny #justinbieberybadbunny

♬ DEMO 5 NOSTALGIA by FlowGPT – estoycansadojefe🤖

The implications are profound and alarming. The viral track, generated without Bad Bunny’s consent, raises questions about the boundaries of artistic expression and intellectual property. It’s not merely a matter of a machine mimicking a voice; it’s about the erosion of an artist’s control over their craft, a threat that strikes at the core of creativity. 

Bad Bunny, recognizing the gravity of the situation, took a bold stand against AI-generated music. In a candid address to his fans via his WhatsApp channel, he condemned the use of AI technology in the music industry.  

“Si a ustedes les gusta esa mierda de canción que está viral en tiktok salgansen de este grupo ahora mismo. Ustedes no merecen ser mis amigos y por eso mismo hice el nuevo disco, pa desaserme de gente así. Así que chu chu fueraa,” he wrote in the chat 

“charros,” Bad Bunny added. “Dios mio. No los quiero en la gira tampoco.” 

Translation below: 

If you like that crap of a song that’s viral on TikTok, get out of this group right now. You don’t deserve to be my friends, and that’s precisely why I made the new album, to get rid of people like you. So, chu chu, get out. 


“Oh my god,” 

“I don’t want you on the tour either.” 

He went on to make his stance crystal clear, declaring that anyone supporting AI-generated music was not welcome in his community.  

Is AI-Generated Content Here to Stay?

His reaction echoes the sentiments of many artists who fear that AI-generated content could devalue their creative efforts. The threat of AI replacing the intricate artistry of an artist or producer is a chilling prospect, one that challenges the very essence of what music means to both creators and listeners. 

The incident with Bad Bunny underscores a pressing need for the music industry to grapple with the ethical and legal dimensions of AI-generated content. The allure of technology must not come at the cost of devaluing the artistic journey, the emotional depth, and the genuine human experience that music encapsulates. 

Yet, some people think Bad Bunny is overreacting. Recently, a viral TikTok sound using Eladio Carrion’s voice was created. The sound has Eladio say “mi primera chamba,” and it’s being used to illustrate fails at work. It’s silly, but it has garnered a lot of traction. And it didn’t seem to bother him. In fact, Eladio has used this viral sound during some of his shows, hence demonstrating that he’s unbothered by AI-generated content.

Eladio Chambión 🤪 El cantante sorprendio a todos sus fanáticos cuando se puso a cantar “Mi Primera Chamba” en medio de un show 😂 ¿Se volvió canon? [📷: gleimaryfabi] #meganoticias #entretenews #tiktokinforma #miprimerachamba #eladiocarrion #fyp #viral #chile

♬ sonido original – meganoticiascl

Yet, as the debate rages on, the music industry stands at a crossroads. The choices made now will shape the future of music, determining whether it remains a testament to human creativity or succumbs to the algorithms of artificial intelligence. One thing is for sure the artists, the industry, and the listeners must collectively safeguard the authenticity and soul of music, ensuring that it remains a true reflection of the human spirit. 

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