Trends In TikTok: 'Driver's License,' 'Rasputin,' and More!

We are back with another weekly roundup of viral TikToks

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Brandon Shamy

We are continuing our weekly TikTok series where we give you a roundup of the previous week’s most viral TikTok trends. Unlike the past two weeks where we saw makeup challenges and DIY’s dominating the platform, this week’s trends were pretty much all dance-related. These new challenges are all creative and fun, so let’s dive into it!

1. ‘Driver’s License’

Artist: Olivia Rodrigo

‘Driver’s License’ is sitting pretty at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and the song is one of the most popular tracks in the world right now. There are no set rules to this challenge—you can do just about anything you want to it. Some have created dance routines, while others have opted to make traveling videos. This is a simple yet fun challenge that you and your friends can get in on.

2. ‘Rasputin’

Artist: Boney M

Remember how we talked about older songs making a reappearance on TikTok? Well ‘Rasputin’ is the latest old school classic to make this list. Originally released in 1978, the ‘Rasputin’ challenge is a dance trend where you have to pretend you are playing the popular game Just Dance. This challenge is super creative, and brings back the glory era of those early Just Dance games. You should try this one if you haven’t already!

3. ‘I Am’

Artist: Young Baby Tate ft. Flo Milli

Released towards the end of 2020, Young Baby’s ‘I Am’ is all about positive attitudes and affirmations. Featuring Flo Milli, the song has quickly become one of the most popular trends on the platform, with millions choosing to put their own spin on the challenge. Some have filmed their videos in front of their mirrors, while others have had written affirmations appearing throughout their TikToks. You can take multiple approaches to this one, but just make sure to keep it positive!

4. ‘Best Ever’

Artist: Polo Frost

‘Best Ever’ was another one of the tracks that was overlooked at the time of its release. However like many underrated songs, the single has come roaring back with the help of innovative TikTokers. There is no specific choreography with this one—all you have to do is dance! You can go solo, or you can pair up with a group of friends. This is a neat challenge to try if you are in a dancing mood.

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

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