Rod Stewart Reacts To Paul McCartney Using AI In New Beatles Song

Rod Stewart was recently interviewed by Sky News where Boris Johnson, jazz music, election were discussed.

Among the discussions, the host mentioned the interview with Paul McCartney about making a final Beatles song. Asked about his thoughts on the matter, Stewart replied:

“I’m assuming I haven’t done too much reading about it but I did know that Paul has put together a single. It’s scary, I mean it could be the destruction of mankind as we know apparently so we have to protect ourselves.”

In the aforementioned interview, McCartney revealed having used John Lennon’s voice from earlier demos for the new AI-generated song. He said:

“We were able to take John’s voice and get it pure through this AI. Then we can mix the record, as you would normally do. So it gives you some sort of leeway. So there is a good side to it and a scary side. And we’ll just have to see where that leads.”

Had already been considered as the possible reunion song in 1995, the song is predicted to be Lennon’s composition titled ‘Now And Then‘ from 1978. According to McCartney, the song is finished and will be released this year.

See Stewart’s interview down below.