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TikTok is generating AI songs and it goes viral

Published on 30.01.2024 by Tracey Chizoba Fletcher

TikTok is on the cusp of revolutionizing the way we create music by integrating a feature that puts AI at the heart of song creation. Imagine penning your own lyrics and having an intelligent assistant transform them into a melodious reality—this is the magic TikTok is flirting with currently.


TikTok is using AI system for tracks

The musical alchemy begins with a text prompt, crafted by the user, which is then infused with life through the sophisticated algorithms of the large language model, Bloom. As one composes their lyrical masterpiece in the app's text box, TikTok teases the possibility of AI Song weaving in harmonious accompaniments, inviting users to play with the tune's genre at will.

As Barney Hooper from TikTok clarifies via an email shared with media, this isn't your average AI-powered song smith. For now, it's a nascent concept undergoing trials, possibly evolving beyond its provisional moniker "AI Song." The system conjures musical magic by matching user-generated lyrics to a selection of pre-composed tracks, spanning three vibrant genres: the catchy beats of pop, the raw energy of hip-hop, and the pulsating rhythms of EDM.


What will change AI generated audio?

The AI Song feature is still a rising star on the TikTok horizon, not yet within everyone's grasp. A select few have dipped their toes into its possibilities, with mixed reviews on their symphonic adventures. There have been some hiccups in harmony, as even the wonders of auto-tune couldn't save a tune or two. Take, for instance, the creative efforts of TikTok enthusiast Jonah Manzano, who ambitiously stretched 'comedy' across more notes than traditionally prescribed. Likewise, Kristi Leilani took a swing at channeling her inner Britney Spears, but the melody wavered off pitch, echoing the growing pains of this nascent AI musical forge.

The realm of AI-crafted melodies isn't uncharted territory for TikTok aficionados. Remember the buzz around the AI homage to Drake and The Weeknd with "Heart on My Sleeve"? It became a sensation on the platform. Even global superstar Bad Bunny chimed in with his disapproval as his AI doppelgänger's tunes ricocheted across TikTok feeds.


Is AI the tool against human creativity?

Beyond TikTok's domain, the digital landscape is ripe with platforms harnessing generative AI to empower user creativity. YouTube, for example, ventured into the musical foray with an experimental feature that translates text or hummed melodies into bespoke compositions. Dubbed Dream Track, it whips up 30-second clips that echo the essence of established music icons. In a stride toward greater clarity, TikTok has introduced measures to shine a light on AI-influenced content within its ecosystem. Alongside this unveiling, it has tightened its governance, mandating users to disclose the use of AI in their creative processes, ensuring transparency reigns in the age of algorithmic artistry.


Spotify is also emerging the trend

Recent trends show that another popular brand, Spotify has stepped back from certain initiatives, axing select programs and reducing staff across various departments, including its podcast division. In response, collective voices from affected personnel have pointed towards company management as a factor in the limited number of podcasts being discontinued.

The relationship between Spotify and Apple has been marked by contention in recent times. Spotify withdrew the ability for iOS users to subscribe via the app in 2016 and even proceeded to phase out long-standing subscriptions tied to the App Store the following year. An intriguing revelation surfaced during last year's Epic v Google litigation when a Google top brass acknowledged that Spotify was exempt from paying any commission fees to Google provided that Spotify processed payments through its in-house billing system.