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  • Jan 23, 2023
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    Zebulon

    Yves Tumor will finally be recognized and respected

    he already is lol why are you acting like he’s some no name local artist

  • Jan 23, 2023
    Darth Whoreleone

    Yves Tumor takeover coming sooner than soon!

  • Jan 23, 2023
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    Black Rock or Black House definitely the next wave

    Rap never going anywhere tho & all it will do is evolve with the times as it always does

  • Jan 23, 2023
    Experiment626

    Black Rock or Black House definitely the next wave

    Rap never going anywhere tho & all it will do is evolve with the times as it always does

    feel like Black House will be big these next 5 years with all the top artists making albums in that genre.

    curious about rock though. don't really know what's going on in that scene at all

  • Jan 23, 2023

    Jazz could have a miny resurgence with the right artists helping evolve the sound and interlacing it with rap. Artists like Venna could make it huge

  • Jan 24, 2023
    Tobacco al Houthi

    he already is lol why are you acting like he’s some no name local artist

    Definitely not in the mainstream, he doesn't even have that big of an online fanbase unless I'm missing a big discord server

  • Jan 24, 2023

    Lloyd Banks gets a diamong certified single feat. ne-yo

  • Mar 22, 2023
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    every time I see videos like this, I keep coming back to S’s prediction. I love technology as much as the next person, but this feels like we’re legitimately opening Pandora’s box

    tiktok.com/t/ZTRvNxh1o

  • Mar 22, 2023
    FAKEHERO

    every time I see videos like this, I keep coming back to S’s prediction. I love technology as much as the next person, but this feels like we’re legitimately opening Pandora’s box

    https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRvNxh1o/

    i had an epiphany that the real kanye is gonna start using this to finish his songs

  • Mar 22, 2023

    SNOWBLUNT SUPREMACY

  • Mar 22, 2023

    U-God resurgence

  • Mar 22, 2023
    sco

    ai music. very polarizing. probably strong generational divides.

    • ghostsingers/ghostrappers are a thing (by 2024)

    • we get a lot of new music from a lot of artists without the artists' involvement (or knowledge in a lot of cases). artists get screwed.

    • major polarization. a lot of artists/fans argue about what real music is, a.i. doesn't have a soul etc.

    • some artists initially embrace it. other artists pull their music from streaming platforms in protest (the ones who can anyway)

    • labels license music to tech companies to train ai's to generate music with, or develop their own in house ai. either way, streaming platforms develop their own without labels due to label demands and licensing agreements

    • lots of litigation


    • streaming platforms offer music generated on the fly and tailored to your exact tastes (and current mood etc).

    • the dsp market probably looks different than spotify vs apple music by this point. an ai-first platform that doesn't exist today could have spotify level marketshare in 3-5 years.

    • live human/ai hybrid acts become a thing. live music w/ real people also gets a boost. also small gatherings of people creating music together (with/without ai-assisted instruments/tools) idk.

    • gen alpha and a lot of casual listeners dgaf who/what made the music they're listening to


    • people can eventually create their own virtual artists, just choose a few options and tap a few buttons. the artists have their own recognizable style, a back story, an image, etc. some people get really into this, kinda like gaming, exploring and interacting with the generated artists' worlds.

    • there's a niche of people who almost exclusively listen to artists created and shared by others and arent really interested in human artists. the most popular ones monetize, make deals with streaming platforms, etc. s*** looks weird as hell.


    none of this is happening in a vacuum ofc — ai becomes the biggest political issue, especially since it's affecting middle class skilled and highly paid jobs previously thought safe from automation. the political and legislative responses are too unpredictable so anything could happen.


    tldr,,, scary dystopian ai music future

    t-minus five to ten years before we'll be getting it jumping in bordeaux

  • Mar 22, 2023

    No one is caring about rock in its current form anymore.
    However, I do predict a new type of it to be pioneered within the next 25 years that leads to a big rock resurgence that brings the older genres with it as nostalgia acts

  • proper 🔩
    Mar 22, 2023
    RICH

    skillibeng

  • Apr 24, 2023
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    SCOTT the 🐐 no 🧢

  • Mmm Hmm 🦉
    Apr 24, 2023
    Mmm Hmm

    More and more trash

    More and more ppl being nostalgic about 2016

    Edm music

    Was about to post this

    But looks like I've already done it

  • Mmm Hmm 🦉
    Apr 24, 2023
    sco

    ai music. very polarizing. probably strong generational divides.

    • ghostsingers/ghostrappers are a thing (by 2024)

    • we get a lot of new music from a lot of artists without the artists' involvement (or knowledge in a lot of cases). artists get screwed.

    • major polarization. a lot of artists/fans argue about what real music is, a.i. doesn't have a soul etc.

    • some artists initially embrace it. other artists pull their music from streaming platforms in protest (the ones who can anyway)

    • labels license music to tech companies to train ai's to generate music with, or develop their own in house ai. either way, streaming platforms develop their own without labels due to label demands and licensing agreements

    • lots of litigation


    • streaming platforms offer music generated on the fly and tailored to your exact tastes (and current mood etc).

    • the dsp market probably looks different than spotify vs apple music by this point. an ai-first platform that doesn't exist today could have spotify level marketshare in 3-5 years.

    • live human/ai hybrid acts become a thing. live music w/ real people also gets a boost. also small gatherings of people creating music together (with/without ai-assisted instruments/tools) idk.

    • gen alpha and a lot of casual listeners dgaf who/what made the music they're listening to


    • people can eventually create their own virtual artists, just choose a few options and tap a few buttons. the artists have their own recognizable style, a back story, an image, etc. some people get really into this, kinda like gaming, exploring and interacting with the generated artists' worlds.

    • there's a niche of people who almost exclusively listen to artists created and shared by others and arent really interested in human artists. the most popular ones monetize, make deals with streaming platforms, etc. s*** looks weird as hell.


    none of this is happening in a vacuum ofc — ai becomes the biggest political issue, especially since it's affecting middle class skilled and highly paid jobs previously thought safe from automation. the political and legislative responses are too unpredictable so anything could happen.


    tldr,,, scary dystopian ai music future

    Right on the money

  • Apr 24, 2023
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    1 reply
    koto

    SCOTT the 🐐 no 🧢

    The hell does tech alchemist mean 👩‍🔬

  • Apr 24, 2023

    Opium takes over as the new mainstream standard

  • Apr 24, 2023

    Country revival

  • Apr 24, 2023

    Need S to predict the lottery numbers in my messages

  • Apr 24, 2023
    Beautiful Morning

    The hell does tech alchemist mean 👩‍🔬

    alchemist but tech
    like biotech
    spiritual technology maybe
    something new cuz everything is old and deprecated

  • sco

    ai music. very polarizing. probably strong generational divides.

    • ghostsingers/ghostrappers are a thing (by 2024)

    • we get a lot of new music from a lot of artists without the artists' involvement (or knowledge in a lot of cases). artists get screwed.

    • major polarization. a lot of artists/fans argue about what real music is, a.i. doesn't have a soul etc.

    • some artists initially embrace it. other artists pull their music from streaming platforms in protest (the ones who can anyway)

    • labels license music to tech companies to train ai's to generate music with, or develop their own in house ai. either way, streaming platforms develop their own without labels due to label demands and licensing agreements

    • lots of litigation


    • streaming platforms offer music generated on the fly and tailored to your exact tastes (and current mood etc).

    • the dsp market probably looks different than spotify vs apple music by this point. an ai-first platform that doesn't exist today could have spotify level marketshare in 3-5 years.

    • live human/ai hybrid acts become a thing. live music w/ real people also gets a boost. also small gatherings of people creating music together (with/without ai-assisted instruments/tools) idk.

    • gen alpha and a lot of casual listeners dgaf who/what made the music they're listening to


    • people can eventually create their own virtual artists, just choose a few options and tap a few buttons. the artists have their own recognizable style, a back story, an image, etc. some people get really into this, kinda like gaming, exploring and interacting with the generated artists' worlds.

    • there's a niche of people who almost exclusively listen to artists created and shared by others and arent really interested in human artists. the most popular ones monetize, make deals with streaming platforms, etc. s*** looks weird as hell.


    none of this is happening in a vacuum ofc — ai becomes the biggest political issue, especially since it's affecting middle class skilled and highly paid jobs previously thought safe from automation. the political and legislative responses are too unpredictable so anything could happen.


    tldr,,, scary dystopian ai music future

    I hate this so much but it’s the truth of what’s to come

  • Apr 24, 2023
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    3 replies
  • Apr 24, 2023
    sco
    https://twitter.com/Grimezsz/status/1650568940324782081