The teens have sầu taste. Photo-Illustration:, Britney Spears/YouTube, Trey Songz/YouTube & Jason Durelo/YouTube Teens can make anything cool. Their social-truyền thông media superiority launched songs lượt thích “Toosie Slide,” “Old Town Road” and “The Box” to No. 1 on the Billboard charts, và every day, pop songs like Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Start Now” become templates for teens lớn dance, lip-sync, or act to. But the creative sầu geniuses on TikTok are also discovering (and popularizing) indie songs, international songs, and songs no one has thought of in years, if ever. TikTok has deep cuts — they just have sầu nothing khổng lồ vì with vinyl records. Now, you can listen to lớn the entire thing instead of 60 seconds or less. Here are some of the songs that TikTokkers have taken from the underground & turned into lớn global memes.

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“Criminal” by Britney Spears

Britney Spears is a TikTok star in her own right, but her 2011 song “Criminal” pretty much took over the ứng dụng with the “Mugshot Challenge,” where users recorded themselves applying makeup to look roughed up and then posed for a mugshot. It pretty quickly flamed out after YouTuber James Charles posted his pics with a fake bloody nose & blachồng eye on Twitter with no caption. He was immediately called out for glamorizing abuse, & it led to lớn a larger conversation about the trover diminishing the harsh reality of mass incarceration. The power of Britney, however, has kept “Criminal” out of the controversy. In fact, the tuy nhiên hit a new peak in daily streams, with just over 100,000 listens on April 12. Femme Fatale will never die!

This very specific Nicki Minaj verse has become a double-threat on TikTok, with stars posting both dance routines & #relatable lip-syncs to it. What do we have to lớn say other than “Bottoms Up” is a bop that should live sầu forever in the hearts và minds of the children?

Post-Cats Jason Derulo is loving his newfound TikTok fame. He’s already fitting in with Hype House member Addison Rae, as evidenced by their lip-sync lớn “Ridin’ Solo” that has over 3.6 million likes on her page alone. Outside of TikTok royalty, the lyrics “I’m puttin’ on my shades lớn cover up my eyes / I’m jumpin’ in my ride, I’m heading out tonight / I’m solo, I’m ridin’ solo, I’m ridin’ solo, I’m ridin’ solo, solo” have sầu become every single person’s anthem. Did we have “#mood” in 2010? Because it’s still a #mood.

Millennial-Gen Z cusps, where you at? The theme song khổng lồ True Jackson VP, a 2008 Nickelodeon show starring Keke Palmer, has changed meme format a few times on TikTok. Most recently, natalieeab paired it with “purple flame” camera effect, which kindomain authority looks like the effects from the show’s intro, lớn make a joke about her mom dismissing her depression. Now it’s a template for ironically venting about people getting mad at things you can’t change or for any intangible attribute kindly “leaving your body” on comm&.

It’s not hard for Drake to get people dancing. I lost a whole summer to lớn “One Dance.” But it was kind of random for a snippet of his 2018 tuy nhiên “Nonstop” lớn go Elizabeth Warren-on-SNL viral.

YouTuber turned singer-songwriter Queen Naija self-released her tuy nhiên “Medicine” in 2017, & suffice it lớn say, it blew up, currently amassing over 100 million views on YouTube. Three years later, the mạng internet is still bumping “Medicine,” this time to relatable memes.

There are over 700,000 TikToks with millions of views mix to lớn Ultradiox’s tuy vậy “Walked In.” Lizzo’s done the dance, James Charles has done the dance, và TikTok star Addison Rae did the dance on Entertainment Tonight (that TikTok alone has 3.2 million likes). Meanwhile, the SoundCloud rapper only has 3,000 followers on Instagram.

This ode khổng lồ Timothée Chalamet is mix khổng lồ “Romeo and Juliet” by 2018 Tiny Desk Concert winners Hobo Johnson và the LoveMakers. Lead singer Hobo Johnson (Frank Lopes) kicks off the tuy vậy with a huge scream of relief, and I think we all understand that feeling. #relatable

Aptly described as “trash và fire at the same time” by a YouTube commenter, Yungster Jack’s “Pressure” is a genre-bending traông chồng with a MySpace feel that somehow became the soundtrachồng for “I’m shy” memes on TikTok.

Here’s how to make a teen banger. First, bass line (see Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Start Now”). Next, relatable, self-deprecating, love-struchồng lyrics. Big “hiding under the covers eating ice cream” energy. For guaranteed virality, add an indie darling lượt thích Clairo or Gus Dapperton. Congrats, you’ve probably made the bop “Supalonely” by Benee. The teens will be dancing in no time.

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The Teenagers, a self-aware bvà from France, blew up in the mid-2000s, thanks khổng lồ their breakout hit “Homecoming.” Now, their cult fan base includes TikTokkers, lượt thích dancer Haley Sharpe (the inventor of the “Say So” by Doja Cat dance — bow in her presence), who lip-sync to it. For fun, NME named “Homecoming” the fourth-best tuy vậy of the year in 2007 … when Haley was only four or five.

A remixed ’90s club hit, “Walk4Me” is a perfect song for mini lip-synced sketches or for hitting the gym. Wherever you’re at in life.

So, “Pillow Talking” isn’t that old (2017), but it’s also not a tuy nhiên you really listen khổng lồ every day. Unless you’re like me and have also had it stuông xã in your head since TikTok decided to lớn revive it.

This is the sound for when you are Hustlers-cấp độ scamming. Teens use it to lớn make fun of their parents & their significant others, but it also sounds really good next lớn FloMilli, Kash Doll, và Doja Cat on a playdanh mục.

There are so many versions of this “Oops” sound, changing up the ending to fit whatever scenario. The tuy nhiên has been sung by Doris Day, Louie Armstrong, và Ella Fitzgerald, but the TikTok version is from big b& leader Lawrence Welk.

This tuy nhiên got its start on TikTok through users who would lip-sync “No, I know” or “Love, I know” over the actual lyrics “Não vai óc.” Canadian producer Freddie Dredd sampled the lyrics from Portuguese tuy vậy “David (Odavi)” by Brazilian singer Célia. It became a whole separate trend to lớn dunk on people who were saying “No, I know,” then, it became a trkết thúc lớn not care. Meanwhile, Charlie D’Amelio, the most popular user on TikTok, just danced to it.

Just last month, Houston rapper Don Toliver topped the Billboard Emerging Artists chart. This week, his 2019 tuy nhiên “No Idea” peaked at No. 43 after just three weeks on the Hot 100. It probably helps that there are millions of nhảy, walking, & couples TikToks set lớn “No Idea” or a reset, some of those with millions of views alone.

“Prom Queen” is an angsty teen anthem critiquing beauty standards and one of the first indie songs to lớn blow up because of TikTok. Alone, teens lip-sync to lớn the song, pointing out their mom jeans. But a remixed sound uploaded by maybemarzey cuts “I Look Good” by Texas rapper Chalie Boy (a tuy vậy from 2009!) in. People of color use the remix khổng lồ document how they’ve changed since no longer conforming to white standards of beauty; now, it’s about hyping yourself up instead of comparing flaws.


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