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Flavor Flav on Taylor Swift, New Public Enemy & More: Watch – Billboard

Hip-hop legend Flavor Flav stopped by Billboard News and spoke to Rania Aniftos about using A.I. to translate his new track “Every Where Man” with Chuck D, recording new Public Enemy music, his potential return to reality TV, being a fan of Taylor Swift and more!

Flavor Flav:
I can hold some notes besides the national anthem.

Rania Aniftos:
We were gonna get into that!

Flavor Flav:
Don’t go there! Don’t go there!

Rania Aniftos:
We were gonna get into that!

Flavor Flav:
Don’t go there!

Ay yo, check this out. This is Flavor Flav, and this right here is Billboard News.

Rania Aniftos:
Hey, everybody! It’s Rania Aniftos with Billboard News, and it’s such an exciting day in the studio today because we have the one and only Flavor Flav. Welcome!

Flavor Flav:
In the building!

Rania Aniftos:
In the building! You are fresh off the release of an A.I. song, A.I. generated, A.I. facilitated track, “Every Where Man” featuring your old Public Enemy pal Chuck D. So tell me a bit about how that came together. What was the inspiration behind it?

Flavor Flav:
My partner Chuck D mentioned to me about doing a record called “Every Where Man” because I’m every … Flavor Flav is everywhere, man. You know what I’m saying? So, me and Chuck sat down. Chuck took the pen, put it to the paper. So really, Chuck D wrote this song. He writes it, I recite it like that, you know what I’m saying? So that’s how this record really came to be because Chuck is always ahead of his time, so we got this song now transposed into, like, 30 different languages. This song in Spanish, I was bugging out because I’m like, “Wow, listen to my voice in Spanish. Listen to my voice in …”

Rania Aniftos:
Korean!

Flavor Flav:
Like, Korean. Yeah, you know, and I never, ever thought that I wouldn’t be speaking Korean. You know what I’m saying? But hey, thanks to A.I.! And not only that, but I’m glad that this is happening because A.I. has been misused so much, you know? And there’s a lot of people that’s not using it correctly, so I feel that I’m one of the first ones to show the example of A.I. being used correctly.

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