There’s a Bad Bunny song created using artificial intelligence (AI) that’s making the rounds over the Internet lately. While Bad Bunny denounced it as it mimics his voice, Spanish Twitch streamer AuronPlay is liking it.
“If you like that song, get out of this group,” Bad Bunny stated.
Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican singer and rapper. Meanwhile, AuronPlay is among the most-followed streamers on Twitch. Here, he has more than 15 million followers, while on TikTok, he has over two million.
“The best thing is that this was done by a 12-year-old boy from Guatemala, to be honest. And it sounds better than his last songs, with all due respect, to be honest,” AuronPlay said.
He added that the song sounds good and he does not understand why Bad Bunny got infuriated by it. If he were Bad Bunny, he would take advantage of the song at his shows.
This reaction of the Twitch streamer went viral online, receiving several comments mostly from Guatemalans.
“Guatemala Power!”, “Hahaha Guatemala superrr”, “In Guatemala there are the best”, and “From crazy Guatemala here always the best” are some of the comments.
The controversial song, titled “NostalgIA,” was created by an account named FlowGPT, later revealed to be a producer who creates the basis of a reggaeton song and just adds voices of famous artists.
Aside from Bad Bunny’s voice, the song also uses the voices of Justin Bieber and Daddy Yankee, but the latter two did not even make a comment on it.
Interestingly, earlier this week, the song was on Spotify, but was later removed from the music platform.
You can listen to “NostalgIA” below.