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This Week In TikTok: Migos, Billy Joel, And More!

Dance and fire making trends dominate this week's challenges.

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Brandon Shamy

A new week means new viral TikTok challenges. Continuing our weekly update series where we bring you all the top trends in TikTok, this week was a little quieter but still brought forth some unique and interesting challenges that are relatively easy to participate in. So let’s dive right into it!

1. ‘YRN (TikTok)’- Tyler April

Migos have become such a phenomenon over the past several years that it is almost hard to believe that there was once a time where they were just rising stars trying to establish themselves in music. Taking it back to 2015 when the trio released their single ‘YRN’ featuring Young Thug, this remix is an electronica spin of the song, with the main objective of this challenge being to dance until you can’t anymore. There is no set choreography with this one—you can come up with your own routine or simply freestyle it. Whatever floats your boat.

2. ‘Zanzibar’- Billy Joel

Rockin and Rollin all the way back to the 70s, this latest trend was inspired by Billy Joel’s 1978 hit single ‘Zanzibar.’ The song was a moderate success then, and is experiencing a revival over forty years later thanks, in no small part, to the power of TikTok. Another dance trend, all you have to do is create a robotic dance routine while mouthing along with the lyrics. A simple and easy challenge that’s fun to do.

3. ‘Can You Feel My Heart’- Bring Me The Horizon

Released in 2013 to praise from fans and critics, ‘Can You Feel My Heart’ is yet another throwback to make its way to TikTok. A melodramatic rock single, this challenge involves people lighting their mirrors on fire with different shapes to match the beat and lyrics. Be careful if you’re taking this challenge on, as this could either go very good or very bad depending on the outcome. We recommend you sit this one out if your fire-making skills aren’t up to par.

That’s it on the challenges for this week, but we will be back next week with another round of TikTok trends. Stay tuned!

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