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Hume’s Chart-Topping Virtual Artist angelbaby Drops New Single Featuring Grimes’ AI-Generated Voice

Artists behind the project have written for artists like Selena Gomez, G-Eazy, Dua Lipa, and Demi Lovato


Following Grimes’ all-call on Twitter for AI-generated songs using her voice, chart-topping virtual artist angelbaby dropped a new single on Titled “I’m Fine”, the song explores the emotions we feel grappling with AI taking over the world - the excitement, the fear, and the uncertainty.

Listen to the song here.

Hume has also launched the song as a Music NFT, splitting 50% of the profits with Grimes.

“This song is one of the first examples of creating music with an AI voice model in a way that is fully approved by an artist, showcasing the power of forward thinking musicians and the future of music creation,” said Jay Stolar, Hume co-founder and Chief Artist Officer. “The collaborative creative process between producers and technology that we went through with this song is something I’ve never experienced. It’s an exciting time to be at the forefront of this new wave of music technology.”

angelbaby is the first in Hume’s roster of virtual artists. Over the last year, angelbaby has captivated its audience at Art Basel, Fluf Haus LA, and SXSW, with their NFTs and music rising to the #1 position on SoundXYZ, OpenSea and Audius.

Contributors to the song include angelbaby; singer/songwriter and Hume cofounder Jay Stolar, who has worked with major artists like Selena Gomez, G-Eazy, and Demi Lovato; The song also features budding virtual artist WesGhost. Hume worked in partnership with Controlla Voice to hone the Grimes AI voice model.

This single drop comes on the heels of Hume announcing they signed with leading entertainment and sports agency, Creative Artists Agency (CAA). CAA is helping Hume identify and create opportunities across a variety of areas, including licensing and merchandising, brand partnerships, live events, film, television and more.

About Hume:

Hume is the first web3 entertainment company creating metastars, artists of the future. Hume remixes community-building with music creation, digital identity, and storytelling to develop virtual artists, known as “metastars,” who are as inspired by us as we are by them. By reimagining how music is produced, distributed, monetized, and experienced, Hume is ushering in a new era of music. The company was co-founded by David Beiner and Jay Stolar and is based in Los Angeles with a global team of employees across Brazil, California, France, and Argentina. To learn more, visit

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