Swizz Beatz Releases ‘Hip-Hop 50: Vol 2’ EP

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SWIZZ BEATZ is the next man up for the culture. The legendary producer released ‘Hip-Hop 50: Vol 2’ a few days ago to rave reviews. With Hip-Hop turning 50 this year, Mass Appeal(Nas’ label) has been doing it’s part to facilitate the celebration of the movement.

Swizz is taking the helm similar to how DJ Premier did in June of last year. Vol.1 was dope and had great features from Nas, Lil Wayne and Rapsody. The new installment has 6 all new songs. Swizz aligned the project to feature some of the nicest collabs in the game.

Swizz Beatz Hip-Hop 50: Vol 2


The second track from the EP “This Sh*t Right Here” gives us a monster of a collaboration. Featuring Lil Wayne & Jay-Z, Swizz drops a massive brass production track. While Jay is quick in his chorus “this sh*t right here”, Wayne rips fire with bars that had both references to Drake and Mike Tyson. Check it out down below.

The project also features Jadakiss, Benny the Butcher, Nas and Lil Durk. Swizz is a renowned voice in Hip-Hop and it’s amazing to see his impact during the course of that impactful time. One of my favorite tracks is “Take ‘Em Out” which you can also check out down below.

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Drake Denounces AI-Generated Version of Himself

Drake Denounces AI-Generated Version of Himself

Artificial intelligence technology has made headlines once again. This time for creating a digital clone of Drake’s voice to cover Ice Spice’s hit song, “Munch (Feelin’ U)”. Although the AI-generated version of Drake rapping saucy and confident lyrics like “N-gga a eater, he ate it for lunch/Bitch, I’m a baddie, I get what I want” was entertaining for fans, it wasn’t received well by the OVO Sound boss himself.


After seeing the viral clip on The Shade Room’s Instagram page. Drake shared his disappointment on his Instagram Stories, writing, “This the final straw AI.” This latest incident raises concerns about AI in the music industry, prompting Universal Music Group to request that major streaming services, such as Spotify and Apple Music, block AI platforms from using their music to “train” their technology.


Young Guru, JAY-Z’s longtime engineer, also expressed concern earlier this year, warning about the potential legal and ethical implications of people having their voices cloned by artificial intelligence. He called for changes in the law to protect everyone, not just public figures.

While Drake may not appreciate hearing an AI version of himself perform “Munch (Feelin’ U)”. Drake has been supportive of Ice Spice’s rise to fame. Sending her a DM praising her talents and inviting her to his October’s Very Own Festival. Although their relationship hit a rough patch. Drake allegedly unfollowed Ice Spice on Instagram and subliminally dissed her in a song. Since then they patched things up.

While AI-generated music can be entertaining. It raises serious ethical and legal questions that the industry must address. As for Drake, he remains one of the biggest names in music, but he draws the line at AI-generated versions of his voice.

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