Here you’ll find all the popular songs of 2020 that went viral on TikTok!
Despite the recent problems, TikTok is still very much popular, especially with younger people. And it’s still growing in popularity!
The platform has already made a number of people extremely popular and influential. But not only that – being featured in one of the viral dances can also make some songs stay on top of all charts for a really long time. We’ve seen this happen with many songs, such as ‘Old Town Road,’ by Lil Nas X and Roddy Ricch’s ‘The Box”.
Super-popular songs in TikTok with no particular dance:
“Stunnin” by Curtis Waters
This song is often used in outfit montages on TikToks.
“Boss Bitch” by Doja Cat
There are many types of TikTok videos that feature this son. One of the most popular is a TikTok meme with GlamBot videos of Cole Walliser.
“Bulletproof” by La Roux
This is the song from challenge #HurtMyFeelings.
“Homerton B” by Unknown T
This remix of Unknown T’s great track together with Estelle ft Kanye West’s “American Boy” is frequently used by people who want to make TikToks where they show off something expensive or pretend to be very rich.
“Coño” by Jason Derulo
This song is frequently used for TikToks for transformations of outfits and makeup.
“I’m Just A Kid” by Simple Plan
You can frequently see this song featured in TikToks with the throwback challenge. Basically, in these videos, people recreate some of their childhood pictures.
“BORED IN THE HOUSE” by Curtis Roach
With a name like this, is anyone even surprised that the song went viral during the lockdown?!
“My Type” by Saweetie
This song is mostly used by TikTok users to describe the type of people they like. Pretty straightforward.
“Sexy Back” by Justin Timberlake
The platform is genuinely bringing “Sexy Back” back, what an irony! The users create videos about the celebs they find sexy. You can see the trend by now – the principles of choosing songs for TikToks are very simple.
“Crystal Dolphin” by Engelwood
Users haven’t established a particular trend around this song; they typically use the Noodle Dance filter to film something with the music.
“Pew Pew Pew” by Auntie Hammy
To be successful at this challenge, you just have to use the filter, which makes your head look big and memorize the song’s lyrics. No one likes to overcomplicate things on this app.
“Hips Don’t Lie” by Shakira
This 2005 iconic hit has a new life thanks to TikTok! The challenge includes some over the top posing in public places and shouting the chorus out loud. Such a fun time!
“Feel Something” by Bea Miller
Have you ever found yourself at 4 a.m. on Euphoria TikTok watching some of the most amazing makeup transformations? If no, you should try this – it’s something. Oh, the song is used for this type of video.
“Death” Bed by Powerfu
This song is an integral part of the wholesome part of TikTok. You can hear it in the background for painting, redecorating, and lots of other cute activities.
Sounds used for a particular dance:
“WAP” by Cardi B
After the Cardi and Megan’s bop release, Brian Esperon created this fun dance challenge for the song, and it became viral on TikTok very fast.
“Love Story” by Taylor Swift
This remix of the famous 2008 track by Taylor Swift is wildly popular now thanks to the platform’s user @ethanishung. This TikToker made a very catchy routine that everyone immediately wanted to repeat. What is the result? More than 6.5 million videos that feature this sound.
“Hood Baby” by KBFR
Even though this one isn’t exactly a dancing routine, TikTokers still have to make certain movements while this track is playing. The moves include turning head on the beat to every lyric as well as looking in different directions. The user who did the challenge first was @racksonkriss.
“Savage” by Megan Thee Stallion
Keara Wilson was the one who created this ‘Savage’ dance. It became popular very quickly, and even Megan herself posted this video on Instagram. Charli D’Amelio and Normani have also helped this dance with its virality.
“Blinding Lights” The Weeknd
From the date of release of this song, it was clear that it will be popular on TikTok in some form or another. The dance challenge that appeared around it requires three people and A LOT of energy for the dance. Everyone loved the quarantine edition of this TikTok, where teenagers tied their parents and recreated the dance routine.