AI Generator Can Turn Any Subject Into a Drake-Like Song

The generator is presented by, a virtual music studio that provides simple tools for creatives. You can check out some of the examples here.

Rapper Drake performs onstage during "Lil Baby & Friends Birthday Celebration Concert"

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Rapper Drake performs onstage during "Lil Baby & Friends Birthday Celebration Concert"

Can’t wait for the next Drake track to drop? This website may scratch that itch. is an aptly named music generator that can turn any subject into a Drizzy-inspired record. Users simply go to the site, type in a song idea, and wait about a minute for GPT-3 to create a track. If you’re having trouble coming up with a prompt, just click on the dice on the lower right corner, and the AI technology will select a topic at random. 

New AI Drake song generator makes Drake songs about whatever you want. Try it here:

— Pigeons & Planes (@PigsAndPlans) January 28, 2023

A number of users have shared their creations via Twitter. The tracks focus on everything from lost wallets to credit card solicitation calls to ship-raiding pirates. You can check out some of the examples below.

Make an AI Drake song about anything 🤖🎵

1. Type a prompt
2. GPT-3 writes a song in Drake's style
3. AI Drake performs it in < 1 min

Try it here:

— neer (@thisisneer) January 24, 2023

Got an AI to write a Drake song about the books he reads each shabbos. CC @DBashIdeas


— Maurice (@MREisenmann) January 27, 2023

AI Drake wrote a song about how I keep getting messages from my bank, asking me how I feel about my credit card. I’m quite selective about my feels, and my credit card isn’t even in the top 100. No feels. How’s that for a survey response?

— helienne (@helienne) January 27, 2023

AI Drake song about a turtle in a pirate ship, raiding other ships for a special treasure. This is better than God's Plan

— wagmilson.eth (@WiLSONSACCOUNT) January 24, 2023 is presented by, a virtual music studio co-founded by Stefán Heinrich Henriquez and Akiva Bamberger. The executives spoke about the company in a 2022 Forbes interview, explaining the inspiration behind and their overall goals.

“The premise is that everyone should be able to make songs and work as an artist,” Henriquez said. “We’re unleashing music creativity for everyone. When we looked at other music-making apps, we found they were just too complex for us. They were almost all developed by professional musicians who didn’t have much empathy for beginners.”

He continued: “We can’t make music for people, but we can help them to express themselves musically. In a world of automation, creativity is how we will create new value, but people need the right tools to help them exploit their creativity.”

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