How Do You Do, Fellow Kids? Here Are the 20 Best Songs on TikTok Right Now

Want to go viral? Start here.

Raydene Hansen

If you want to go viral on TikTok, you need to make sure you’re making vids using only the most popular songs on the app. It’s just science. I know this because I have a master’s degree in digital marketing spent an unhealthy amount of time during the pandemic watching TikToks until my eyes bleed!!!

A lot of hit songs actually become famous thanks to TikTok. Look, I’m not saying that Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage” wouldn’t have become the Song of Quarantine on its own—pretty sure the earworm was always destined for greatness—but it’s undeniable that the super-popular choreography (created by 19-year-old dancer Keara Wilson) gave the bop staying power. So if you’re ready to stop being the creeper who only watches (jk, love you), take a listen to the most popular TikTok songs and get recording.


“Laxed (Siren Beat),” by Jawsh 685

“Roses (Imanbek Remix),” by Saint Jhn and Imanbek

“Say So,” by Doja Cat

“Savage,” by Megan Thee Stallion

“Supalonely,” by Benee feat. Gus Dapperton

“Dance Monkey,” by Tones and I

“Money Trees,” by Kendrick Lamar

“Vibe (if I Back It Up),” by Cookiee Kawaii

“Lottery,” by K Camp

“Bored in the House,” by Tyga feat. Curtis Roach

“In the Party,” by Flo Milli

“Death Bed (Coffee for Your Head),” by Powfu feat. Beabadoobee

“I Like Him,” by Princess Nokia

“I’m Just a Kid,” by Simple Plan

“She Looks So Perfect (TikTok Remix),” by Nightcore

'It’s Tricky,” by Run-DMC

“Rasputin,” by Boney M

“Whatta Man (feat. En Vogue),” by Salt-N-Pepa

“Circus,” by Britney Spears

“Hope (feat. Faith Evans),” by Twista