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- TikTok trends: September 2023 (NEW)
- TikTok trends: August 2023 (NEW)
- TikTok trends: July 2023 (NEW)
- TikTok trends: June 2023
- TikTok trends: May 2023
- TikTok trends: April 2023
- TikTok trends: March 2023
- TikTok trends: February 2023
- TikTok trends: January 2023
- Top TikTok trends 2022 – Old trends you should know
But with new video trends like hashtags, TikTok sounds, and even video editing styles finding their way onto TikTok daily, it’s hard to keep track of what’s trending and what’s old news. That’s why we put together the ultimate TikTok trends list!
Read on to explore TikTok trends right now and how to make TikTok videos from your desktop using Clipchamp.
TikTok trends: September 2023 (NEW)
Pronouncing words incorrectly audio
Have you pronounced a word incorrectly, and your friends or family have never let you forget it? Stitch the original video from @umgabi explaining what word haunts you to this day. Encourage your followers and viewers to share their stories and experiences as well. Use autocaptions and stickers to create your own TikTok video.
Things that are none of our business trend
If you want to create a lighthearted and humorous TikTok video with your friends, try out the 'none of our business' trend. Share funny personal thoughts using the voice changing effect, and animated text to create a fun video.
The Roman Empire trend
'If it's lovin' that you want' dance challenge
Rhianna's 2005 hit 'If it's lovin' that you want' has made a comeback with creators from all over the world trying out the dance challenge. Whether you're a pro dancer or performing just for fun, try the new dance challenge with this trending sound.
"He's a 10 out of 10 but..." trend
Want to create a relatable TikTok video while staying on trend? Join this hilarious TikTok trend sharing your point of view and lighthearted opinions about someone you have had an encounter with. Create a quick video using the front camera, original sound, and motion titles.
TikTok trends: August 2023 (NEW)
Zepotha 1987 challenge
If you're into old school horror movies and vintage aesthetics, jump onto the Zepotha TikTok trend. TikTok creator emilyjeffri made up the idea of a 1987 horror movie that doesn't actually exist. Encouraging viewers to comment on her video with what character she looks like, the challenge has now gone viral with users even creating their own movie trailer. Use the VHS filter and overlay text to create your own vintage videos.
Pet spinning challenge
Want your viewers to experience your point of view? With this adorable TikTok challenge that gets your pets involved, you can show your followers exactly what you're seeing while spinning your fur babies around in a circle. Place your smartphone in your headband or shirt, pick up your pet, and start spinning. Don't forget to add background music. Try it out with your pets and kids!
"I got married in Italy" audio
A Kardashian meme video created by creator cocodevile has turned into a viral sound. The original video reenacted a popular scene from TV series The Kardashians, where Kim explains Kourtney 'copied' her wedding in Italy. The audio sound has gone viral with creators expressing their own experiences with siblings and best friends copying them.
What things are called challenge
If your kids have a unique way of saying things, record their responses using the green screen effect and combine clips into a viral video.
TikTok trends: July 2023 (NEW)
AI headshots filter
If you want a professional photo without spending any money or effort, this viral TikTok trend is the one for you. Creators are uploading a selfie to an app to receive an endless range of AI generated headshots in return. Just add your images into a slideshow video, then upload to TikTok.
Attenzione pickpocket audio
A viral sound from a lady in Venice, Italy has taken over the TikTok FYP. Originally a clip alerting tourist in Italy about a pickpocket on the loose has turned into a trend for all sorts of videos. Creators are adding the attenzione pickpocket sound to videos of their pets, siblings, and partners to make a meme video instead.
Seven dance challenge
Dance challenges are forever circulating on TikTok. Creators are sharing their own version of the Seven dance which is a fast paced 35-second K-pop dance that pairs with a Jung Kook and Latto soundtrack.
TikTok trends: June 2023
Barbie’s ‘Ken-enough’ dance challenge
With Margot Robbie’s Barbie movie taking over the internet, popular TikTok dancers @brookieandjessie caught onto the trend early and made a dance routine to Ryan Gosling’s ‘I’m just Ken’ song. The sound has gone viral, with millions of other creators trying the dance. Don’t forget to trim video mistakes and fails before posting to TikTok.
Taylor Swift audios
In honor of Taylor Swift’s Eras tour, creators are turning popular Taylor Swift songs into trending sounds. From showcasing your children, partners, and even pets, the options are endless when it comes to creating a video highlight representing the love of your life.
“Beige flag” meme
Does your partner or parent do something that’s not good or bad, but makes you pause for a minute? That’s now considered a “beige flag”. Creators are recording their significant other, adding background sound, and animated text to share their beige flag in hopes that viewers can relate.
TikTok trends: May 2023
Justin Bieber drama audio
Just like the viral Pedro Pascal video overlays, Justin Bieber has also hit trending with a low-key rendition of his song ‘Holy’. The background audio of a line in the song paired with Justin’s singing overlay makes for the perfect meme video.
Pedro Pascal sandwich meme
A clip of Pedro Pascal eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich has gone viral due to his bored and unbothered expression. Creators are using this trending sound effect to show they are not fazed by whatever is happening.
TikTok trends: April 2023
The age filter
If you’ve always wanted to know what you’ll look like when you’re older, the age filter is a viral trend that shows you exactly that. Just tap the filter on TikTok and record yourself with the picture in picture effect.
GoGo dancer Pedro meme
Got that real big energy? Overlay Pedro Pascal dancing on your video using the Big Energy sound. This TikTok trend is the perfect meme video. It can be used to make a big announcement.
TikTok trends: March 2023
Mimicking your pets meme
Best friends meme
This viral sound originally from artist Lizzo, has turned into a go-to TikTok video shared between parents and kids. Some creators have even turned the lip-syncing TikTok challenge into an adorable skit.
‘Do you feel Bonita?’ audio
The ‘I feel Bonita’ TikTok trend has turned into a viral sound. “Bonita” means “beautiful” in Spanish. Originally taken from episode 11 of season 16 Family Guy, the wholesome TikTok sound can make anyone feel beautiful.
TikTok trends: February 2023
Guessing Rihanna’s Super Bowl soundtrack meme
The Super Bowl is one of the most iconic sporting events in history. Viewers all over the world tune in to watch the big event, but not just for the football. The halftime show is equally as important. In preparation for the big reveal, creators are coming up with their own predictions of the halftime show’s 8-minute playlist.
Skipping to the good part audio
This trending TikTok song has turned into viral sound that can be interpreted however you like. Usually used for travel, transformations, and epic fails, creators are adding the background music to two specific video clips.
Recreating the Super Bowl halftime show audio
Seconds after the Super Bowl’s halftime show has ended, creators are publishing their own renditions of the performance. From tracksuits to awkward solos, the TikTok dancing and lip-syncing trend has gone viral.
TikTok trends: January 2023
Dumb ways to die audio
The dark humor TikTok trend, dumb ways to die, was originally created for a metro train announcement. But once TikTok creators heard the sound, it went viral within 24hrs of launching the campaign. Creators can add the sound to absolutely any video that is an epic failure, injury, accident, and more scenarios.
'I can buy myself flowers' audio
Calling all independent individuals! Miley Cyrus’ top hit I can buy myself flowers has turned into one of the most viral trending TikTok songs. From girls dancing with their own bunch of flowers to dogs walking on their own, the song can be added to any video.
Cringe moments meme
From replaying bad decisions that haunt us to fun work-related videos, the song Somebody to love has turned into a viral TikTok sound. The catchy beat of the background music makes it perfect to add to any comedy TikTok trend.
Top TikTok trends 2022 – Old trends you should know
TikTok users have a unique sense of humor and creativity and make trends about absolutely anything. From the baby momma dance trend to just ‘going with the flow’ comedy trends, 2022 had some funny TikTok trends you need to know about.
Let’s look down memory lane at some TikTok trending sounds and dance challenges that were at the heart of TikTok in 2022. Some of these video trends are still circulating the For You Page (FYP) today!
Celine Dion lip-sync challenge
January showcased the #celinedion viral trend with creators recording a lip-synced performance of a Celine Dion song. Creators used household props, family members as background dancers, and even created special effects with flashlights. Watch the Celine Dion TikTok trend here.
Flashback video edit
February was the month of reminiscing and creating flashback videos with the Lil Nas X song ‘That’s what I want’ that went viral. The TikTok trend highlighted a mix of short video clips and image slideshows to share the past and the present. Watch the Flashback TikTok video here.
Inverted camera filter
In April, the inverted camera trend went viral on TikTok for showing creators how symmetrical or asymmetrical their faces were. This trend either boosted your self-esteem or really hurt your confidence. Watch the inverted camera video trend here.
Daily vlogging video style
Creators started sharing daily micro vlogs in June, and the trend is still popular today. Creators record small video clips, piece them all together with transitions in between and share a daily vlog to give viewers an insight into their day. This trend was very popular among creators with unique jobs or those living abroad. Watch the daily vlog video trend here.
Lady Gaga’s Paparazzi audio
Wednesday Addams’ dance challenge
The quirky dance from the Netflix show ‘Wednesday’ became a viral dance challenge in December. The song ‘I’ll dance with my hands’ became an instant favorite for TikTok users. Watch the dance challenge TikTok trend here.
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