TikTok songs: the 20 most popular

Although there are many types of videos that are successful on TikTok, musicals tend to draw more attention. Even because they manage to be very diverse, with the right to choreography, dubbing or challenges while the song is playing. But have you ever stopped to think which of TikTok's songs are the most popular and used on the platform?

To resolve this curiosity, we have listed the TikTok songs that have been most successful in the past few months. Who knows, you might not even discover the name of a song that you heard directly and didn't know, did you? Check the list below for more details!

1. Pretty Girl

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Our first song on the Pretty Girl list by singer Maggie Lindemann. It was released in 2017, but ended up being more successful with a remix by Paul Gannon that broke out on TikTok videos.

In general, it is widely used in challenges, but in very common music videos as well. You can hear it in its entirety by accessing the link.

2. Coincidance

When James Manzello's Coincidance started playing, two people usually showed their dance moves on TikTok. All while repeating the lyrics of the song saying "Wow, you really know how to dance".

Both music and videos are very simple. But even so, this ended up being one of the most popular songs on TikTok.

3 Drank & Drugs

Maybe you don't know Drank & Drugs so well, but it's one of the TikTok songs that appears most often in dance videos. It was created by two Dutch rappers: Lil Kleine and Ronnie Flex.

The track had a lot of attention since the beginning in its native country, but it won the world thanks to the app.

4. Supalonely

Supalonely another one of TikTok's songs that conquered thousands of videos on the platform. Its purpose is quite simple, since most of the time we see people simply making gestures according to the lyrics of the song.

Some people have achieved more than 20 million views on their videos by using the pipe alone. As you can see in the example above.

5. Nonstop

This famous song by singer Drake also has a very simple goal in the videos of TikTok. At the sound of it, two people appear next to each other in front of a mirror.

While one person records the video, the other person does a dance the way they want. In the middle, people change places (and even clothes) and the person who recorded the video now needs to do the same dance as before.

6. Lalala

The videos that feature Y2K & Bbno $ Lalala music can be a bit difficult to replicate. In them, you need to make a series of emojis with your hand at the same pace as the music.

It may not seem too complicated, but you can get confused when it comes to changing emojis quickly.

7. Say So

Say So by rapper Doja Cat is not only one of the most popular songs on TikTok, but is also quite successful outside the app. Around there, people usually do a very characteristic choreography to the sound of the song.

Who invented the dance moves was TikToker Haley Sharp. She was so well known for her music that she even participated in the recording of her official video.

8. The Box

The song The Box by Roddy Ricch is another big hit of 2020, inside and outside TikTok. In general, what people do is try to replicate much of the sound effects of the beginning of the music with household items.

All in a humorous and fun way of course. This one is worth checking out even if it's not to f the pipe.

9. Lottery (Renegade)

The challenging choreography to the sound of Lottery (Renegade) was created by TikToker Jalaiah Harmon a few months ago. Since then, several actors and music have been trying to make it in the app.

Definitely a case in which the dance ends up being more interesting than the song. It is also a good way to attract more people and get new followers.

10. Cannibal

Kesha's Cannibal music may have been released in 2010, but it continues to be successful. This is especially true in TikTok, where several older songs are rescued all the time.

Overall, the choreography created by TikToker Briana Hantsch follows the lyric very faithfully. The cool guy that even Kesha has done the dance on TikTok recently.

11. Savage

This success by rapper Megan Thee Stallion has been featured in several TikTok videos. Generally, all have the choreography of the video above.

Still, it is possible to find some variations here and there.

12. Dior

Another of the songs from TikTok that we see the most for Dior by Pop Smoke. They appear in several different scenarios and situations, such as for dances, voiceovers and other simpler activities.

The only thing in common that happens when TikTokers imitate the sound of a cat in the middle of the pipe.

13. Vibe

Even though it is widely used in funny or dance videos, the music Vibe by Cookiee Kawaii appears in other contexts as well. Lately, many TikTokers have used the barrel when it comes to showing how they do their makeup, for example.


The JOEMAMA song by Joewaud is another song that appears in many different contexts. In general, you find people dancing in pairs to her sound.

Only the song became so popular on TikTok that it was kind of used for a little bit of everything.

15. Psycho!

As you can see from the example above, this is one of the songs from TikTok whose choreography follows the letter for its movements. Although it is not very innovative, the videos are really fun to watch.

This is especially true for the variations you can find from other TikTok users.

16. Don’t Start Now

Don’t Start Me Now by Dua Lipe another song that you end up listening to a lot if you use the app. Many people like to do their own choreography with the song.

Even so, you find a lot of variety from one video to another.

17. No Idea

Like some of the other songs on TikTok, Don Toliver's No Idea song is mostly used in dance videos. Overall, the choreographies focus a lot on replicating the sounds and effects of the song.

You can check an example in the video above!

18. Dance Monkey

In the video above, we have a very good example of Will Smith himself of how Dance Monkey music is used. He takes a very simple step, as if he is about to hit his head against the wall.

It intersperses this with animations by artists Auden Lincoln-Vogel and Nata Metlukh to give a cooler contrast to the rhythm of the song.

19. Hit Tha Roof

Despite having some dance variations, the song Hit Tha Roof ends up having more voiceovers. We only warn you that the version most used in TikTok ends up having a more popped sound, so be careful if you have headphones.

20. U Can’t Touch This

To finish our list with a flourish, we have the classic U Can’t Touch This by Mc Hammer. The music that was so successful in the 1990s once again won fans on TikTok.

As you can see in the video above, the dance is very simple. Still, it can be quite fun for old and new fans.

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