TikTok is the app of the moment: it is a social network that allows its users, who are now millions, to make short videos of different types: new and funny, imitations of choreographies, reinterpretation of movie and TV series scenes. The possibilities are infinite.
The keywords are creativity and originality. To these videos, you can add sounds, originals, or songs.
An essential component of TikTok is the music that accompanies their videos. Almost everyone uses it one way or the other in their videos.
The American rapper and songwriter has a song that has been a hit on TikTok since the end of 2019. And that made him reach the first position in Spotify's Top 50 in the United States, marked his debut in the Hot 100, and climbed various peaks of world charts up to signing with Columbia Records.
With "Say so," the American rapper Doja Cat reprised the song by Nicky Minaj. His version took the piece to a new level, turning it into a fundamental social catchphrase.
"Savage" by Meghan Thee Stallion is another song that became famous thanks to the hashtag #savagechallenge. Beyoncé, who participated in creating the remix version, also gave her performance through her profile.
Despite being released in October 2018, the song only gained popularity on TikTok the year after, and as a result, it was added to various Spotify playlists and viral charts.
Lil Nas X grinds record after record conquering rankings, TikTok, Youtube, and half the world chart. Excluded from the country charts, the piece made its big exploit right on the platform, and the most significant push came from a meme: drinking yee juice with the song in the background. Voila, here you are transformed into a cowboy!
You will have heard the song at least once in your life, scrolling through TikTok. The Canadian rapper named Powfu is behind this viral hit. His fans knew him since 2018 on SoundCloud.
But it is in 2019 with Death Bed he reaches success. Based on a sample of the song Coffee by singer Beabadoobee, his song entered the charts worldwide.
"The Specter" by Alan Walker is the best way to let people know more about you, thanks to TikTok. The song's lyrics have the chorus: "Hello, hello. Nice to meet you.".For this, as the song goes, some questions must be answered, such as name, age, nationality, passions.
"Something New" by Wiz Khalifa is dedicated to family challenges. Once all the members have been arranged in order of height, from shortest to tallest, the choreography begins.
This is a challenge for beginners. In fact, the dance steps of the challenge linked to "Do It Again" by Pia Mia are straightforward and within everyone's reach.
Also known as the "Renegade," "Lottery" is chosen for its overwhelming pace. Here too, if you are not an expert user, it is better to leave it alone. The choreography requires coordinated and fast movements.
The song goes just like that, "Na Na naaa," and for this reason, it could only be called "NANANA." For ballet fans on TikTok: the choreography to follow requires coordination and shouldn't be done alone.
The #pewpewpewchallenge is one of the funniest challenges going on on TikTok. Here you have to use the filter to make the head appear more prominent than the body. Then you have to mimic the gun with your fingers and fire your shots like in the song, "pew pew pew."
"Laxed (Siren beat)" by Jawsh 685 climbed TikToker's preferences among the songs that have become video soundtracks. At the moment, the videos using this song have already exceeded 6 million views.
The #youcanreallydance challenge also overwhelmed Jennifer Lopez, who danced to the notes of Handsome Dancer's "Coincidance." The song tells the story of Kiki, who loved to dance and asks challengers to demonstrate the same passion on social media.
Shakira's "Hips don't lie" certainly doesn't owe its success to TikTok. But the song is back to dance, depopulating again, thanks to the #handstandchallenge. It is dedicated to expert users.
Conkarah's "Banana" has become a challenge song, also played by Tiktoker of a certain level, such as Charli D'Amelio and Ondreaz Lopez. It requires the use of sunglasses: for this reason, the song and the performance are candidates to become a real summer hit.
"Rockstar" will be remembered as one of the most ballad hits of summer 2020. On TikTok, users use the song to show their side as a cursed rock star, complete with gestures to mimic a proper guitar. The challenge can be done as a couple or with friends.
Lately, The Weeknd is the ace catch, and with a perfect album like the one recently released, it was almost consequential that one of his hits conquered the TikTok audience forever.
They are a Texan R&B duo: Colin Padalecki & Frank Forrest launched the single at the beginning of 2019, but still, on TikTok, we talk a lot about them (and always dance with them). A super positive piece to welcome summer with that bit of good humor you need.
The rapper, singer, model, and record producer has depopulated with the remix of his piece by the Kazakh producer Imanbek. It has entered the singles charts in more than thirty countries, reaching the top of the Official Singles Chart.