Meek Mill Shares A.I. Song By His Dead Father: “WTF”

Meek Mill Shares A.I. Song By His Dead Father: “WTF”

Meek Mill shared an A.I. song on Twitter, Tuesday, that mimicked his late father for a rap song. The track is titled, “Back From The Grave,” and is credited to Big Robbie, a reference to Meek’s father, Robert Parker. Parker was shot and killed when Meek was just a child.

“Ai wrote a rap about my dad and this what he said WTF,” Meek captioned the song on Twitter. “Delete dis big dawg like seriously,” one fan replied. Another advised, “That’s high key scary. Make sure they can’t keep the rights to his likeness now.” Others labeled the track “weird” and creepy.”

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The song features the lyrics, “I died in a shootout, just tryin’ to feed my fam / But death couldn’t stop me, I’m back in the lab / My son Meek Mill, he’s the light of my life / Gotta watch over him, I’m back from the afterlife / I’m Big Robbie and I’m back with a plan / I’m comin’ back to life to see my fam / My soul’s come alive, I’m gonna make it right / Back from the grave, I’m gonna fight the fight.”

Meek previously addressed the death of his father on the song, “Traumatized,” from his 2012 album, Dreams and Nightmares. With the song, Meek threatens Parker’s murderer: “You ripped my family apart and made my momma cry / So when I see you n***a it’s gon’ be a homicide.”

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The future of A.I. technology and its impact on the music industry is unclear. During Spotify’s quarterly financial call in April, CEO Daniel Ek described it as both “really cool and scary.” He explained: “These are very, very complex issues that don’t have a single straight answer…But we’re in constant discussion with our partners and creators and artists and want to strike a balance between allowing innovation and, of course, protecting artists.”

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