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iPOP Insight: The Top Tik Tok Dance Trends this Year

The Top Tik Tok Dance Trends this Year Tik Tok has taken the world by storm. Especially in the reality of today, the platform has become a staple of popular culture and homemade fun. For Gen Z and Millenials, is the best tool for those looking to make their mark in dance, film, and music. With dance trends like the Renegade and Toes, what’s stopping your inner choreographer from getting in on the fun? Check out some of the top Tik Tok dance trends this year and bust your favorite move.

“Renegade” One of the most popular dances on TikTok with more than 29.7 million users attempting the fast-paced choreography is the “renegade.” It’s perhaps one of the first viral dances to break out of the confines of the app itself and prompt so many others to strive to “go viral.” “Say So” “Say So” by Doja Cat is currently the artist’s most popular song and has already been trending in the charts. Once it blew up on TikTok with more than 16.8 million people trying out the dance, the song’s popularity only grew. “Savage”

Megan Thee Stallion blew up in the mainstream for being confident and dropping hits like “Hot Girl Summer” and “Captain Hook.” Another huge hit song of hers is “Savage,” which became a dance on TikTok thanks to Keara Wilson. The dance radiates the same star quality and confidence that the song carries, and all of the famous TikTok stars are copying this dance. “Get Busy” On Jan. 31, D’Amelio posted a new dance video shot in her favorite location: the bathroom. She uploaded TikToks of herself completing the fast-paced choreography more than once, and one version alone has 11.2 million likes. Although not an official challenge, users on the app seem to enjoy attempting the “helicopter hands” featured at one point in the choreography that has become a trendy move in a variety of other modern dances. Celebrities like Jessica Alba have attempted “Get Busy” along with 7.6 million other people.

In March, another challenge went viral in less than a week. The “#2liveSoundsmix” challenge with both audio and choreography created by Deaundre Lamar [@2live.d], has grown to trend amongst 5.7 million users since Lamar first posted a video of himself dancing to the mix on Feb. 29.


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