TikTok has fundamentally changed how we discover music. These are the songs that the app has made popular (and stuck in your head), whether it’s a fresh rap tune utilized for a quick dance or an old 2000s song used just for a humorous meme:
Songs on TikTok app generally trigger special challenges, such as dances or showing off your culture. Hip-hop, rap, and pop are the most popular genres, with hip-hop, rap, and pop being the most popular. Anything with a catchy melody or thematic hook would suffice.
Certain songs, though, continue to ascend to the top.
Tiktok, formerly known as musically, was just a lip sync app, but the 2020 lockdown as a result of the pandemic gave the newly renamed app a different level of boost. The TikTok App, along with all the problems that come with it, is here to stay, whether you like it or not. In 2020, TikTok undoubtedly helped a number of Nigerian singers become viral, particularly during the early stages of the epidemic.
According to Pulse.ng, a thorough research was carried out. Boniswa Sidwaba, TikTok content operations manager, Africa said the mission of Tiktok is to inspire creativity and bring joy to its users. “Throughout this socially-distant year, the platform allowed its community to stay connected by celebrating trends and spreading positivity. It has been amazing to see vibrant, diverse and creative content coming out of 2020 and we look forward to more of this in 2021.”
Based on a few opinions, here are the five Nigerian songs Tiktok gave massive boost to