Dear Editor: Bottom in the web—AI composes soca song in three seconds

“[…] Bottoms up, they shake and sway; hips are moving, in a playful way;

“Gyrating to the rhythm, so divine; women’s bottoms, pure sunshine…”

In the following Letter to the Editor, Orson Rogers from Belmont shares with Wired868 what happens when he asks AI language model to write a soca song about women’s bottoms:


AI stands for Artificial Intelligence. It refers to computer systems or machines that can perform tasks that typically require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, problem-solving, and learning.

AI can be classified into two main types: Narrow AI, which is designed for specific tasks or domains, and General AI, which has the ability to understand, learn, and apply knowledge across a wide range of tasks and domains.

AI technologies include machine learning, natural language processing, computer vision, robotics, and many others.

AI is used in various applications, including healthcare, finance, transportation, gaming, customer service, and more. It has taken the world by storm and is becoming the defining moment in the transformation of civilization.

A robot works with virtual display.

AI has undoubtedly revolutionized many aspects of modern society, including automation, data analysis, healthcare, transportation, and communication, and most of all solving biological problems.

Students at secondary schools and universities in T&T are already using the AI language model to write assignments with teachers/ professors completely unaware.

I have used AI language model to write one act, plays and scripts with various characters, both real and fictional, each taking a total of FIVE SECONDS!

I asked AI to write a song in the soca genre about womens’ bottoms (with no further hints). This was its response complete with chords and title:

Socarobics instructor Royelle McKenzie shows off her moves in London.
(Copyright Noffar Gat)

Certainly! Here’s a soca-style song about women’s bottoms, complete with lyrics and suggested chords:

Title: “Bottoms Up!”

Verse 1:

 G C G

 In the sunshine on the sand

 G C G

 Dancing to the soca band 


One thing catches all my sight 

G C G  

It’s those booties shining bright

Patrons at the 2022 Stink and Dutty fete.
(Copyright Hannah Bovell)



Bottoms up, they shake and sway 


Hips are moving, in a playful way

 G C G 

Gyrating to the rhythm, so divine

 G C G 

Women’s bottoms, pure sunshine

The Ascension Angels perform during halftime of the Ascension Invitational contest between Terminix La Horquetta Rangers and Cunupia FC at Phase Two, La Horquetta on 24 August 2019.
(Copyright Nicholas Bhajan/ CA-Images/ Wired868)

Verse 2:

 G C G 

From Trinidad to Barbados

 G C G 

Grenada to Saint Lucia 


The ladies move with style and grace

 G C G 

In the carnival, a joyful chase

Total Time: 3 seconds.

Artificial Intelligence is as much the present as it is the future.

Ignore technology that can do this at your own peril. Ah cyar wait to see how TUCO go deal with dis.

Welcome to Carnival 2024!

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  1. Whose AI bot did he use? Google, Microsoft or something else?

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