With over 46 million downloads in the US alone in 2019, TikTok is undeniably one of the most popular and well-loved apps right now. 

TikTok has over 800 million users all over the world. It has proven to be a great media platform that offers a quick ticket of 15-seconds to fame for every user. The music industry benefits from it by boosting the popularity of a track when used for these short music videos and memes.

Whether you are still contemplating on joining the bandwagon of TikTokerists worldwide, or if you own an account and looking for a new track to lipsync or groove along for your next TikTok entry, below is a list of 15 with the catchiest and most trending songs in Tiktok right now:

"Savage" by Megan Thee Stallion 

With a whopping 17.3 million posts on TikTok to date, #savagechallenge was made viral by the choreography of 19-year old Keara Wilson. The track is now being dubbed as the soundtrack of social distancing.

"Don't Start Now" by Dua Lipa 

"Full 180" move came about from a meme featuring @isaac_tuazon where he is in a situation trying to get away from someone to whom he does not want to talk.

"Supalonely" by BENEE feat Gus Dapperton 

The song about loneliness went viral in February 2020 and very quickly became a "lockdown sensation."

"Say So" by Doja Cat 

It has a massive 19.7 million posts on Tiktok with the dance created by TikToker Haley Sharpe. The popularity even surged when YouTube and TikTok sensations, such as Charli D'Amelio, James Charles, and Emma Chamberlain, picked up the video.

"Cannibal" by Ke$ha 

The song came from the 2010 album of the same name. It re-emerged a decade after and became one of Tiktok's most popular dance challenges with close to 9 million posts.

"Dance Monkey" by Tones And I 

"Dance Monkey," one of the sensational songs in TikTok, was written by an Australian busker. Will Smith got into this one with his version.

"What the Hell" by Avril Lavigne 

Lavigne's song is one of those tracks that re-emerged from several years ago, thanks to Gen-Z.

"Oops" by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong 

The old classic hit "Oops" is an indication that Gen Z, which comprises most of Tiktok users, have an appreciation of music even from as far back as 1956.

"Something New" by Wiz Khalifa (ft. Ty Dolla $ign)

The song has all the elements to a viral video: great music and lyrics and dancing in a line taking turns doing shimmies and claps guaranteed to make everyone dance along. Catch J. Lo and her family do the challenge.

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"Skechers" by DripReport 

"Skechers" (yes, from the sneakers brand) came from the Indian's debut album in January 2020. The dance routine now has 2.2M created videos in dance or memes.

"Pew Pew Pew" by Aunti Hammy 

The novelty song released in May 2018 by Hamshop Media has 4.4 million posts on Tiktok.

"JOEMAMA" by Joewaud

Charlie d'Amelio, the most followed TikToker (46 million to be exact), has created several versions with her family and James Charles.

"Criminal" by Britney Spears

This is one of the most popular tracks with mug shots as the theme that has nearly 500k meme videos created.  

"Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira 

This TikTok song has no dance routine but contains the beats that will make one's body involuntarily react, featuring mostly belly dance steps popularized by the Latina singer.

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