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Change/ Disable voice personality of AI DJ

As the title says, it would be a great feature if we could change or disable the voice or personality of the AI DJ. 


Updated on 2023-06-12

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Spotify, this should be a no brainer. 


Do it on Desktop app as well please.


I really hate the accent. I couldn't even understand what artist he was trying to name because his accent was so bad, and it's really grating, ruins the music for me. I won't use the AI DJ as long as it has this voice.

Ok? I think?

We need a new voice asap 


For me, this AI has too much personality. It's like the uncanny valley, but for voices. I know it's really an AI on the other side of things, so when it sounds this human, it rings false/dishonest for me. They're trying really hard to make it sound as human as possible, but I know it's a lie and I find it a little irritating. For me, a more emotionless AI voice would seem more genuine, if that makes sense. I know it's an AI, so why is it trying to pretend it's not? In fact, why is it talking to me at all? I don't need announcements about its intentions. Just play me the music and learn what I skip. That's all I need and all I want. I don't need to build an emotional connection with an AI DJ.


The voice is super annoying, feels like MTV VJ Sway Calloway came out of retirement.


I personally find the voice grating and "fellow-kids" level cringy. Please let me turn it off


I agree with this suggestion, the AI voice is very annoying and sometimes it feels like he's talking much longer than he should just transitioning in-between genres.  I would rather there just be no transition at all or a button that will mix things up if I get sick of a genre.


I'm here for the music, not for some clown talking breaking the flow