Most Popular TikTok Songs This Week

27 November 2023

TikTok has not only revolutionized the world of digital marketing and social networks but has gone further with its famous challenges and the music of its videos.

Songs have a leading role as part of the content shared on this social platform, and many of these songs have gone viral. Others have risen from their ashes, and now we know songs we didn’t even know existed.

Have you also become addicted to the songs that go viral on TikTok? If you answer yes, here is a ranking of the most used and popular TikTok songs this week.

#1. Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree” by Brenda Lee

Tis the season! In first place this week we have a classic Christmas tune! Many people are using this song to show off their Christmas decor, Christmas baking, and their all-around excitement for the holiday season.


my baby sis came to visit so i had to make something special 🥹 #homemaker #homemaking #christmas #christmasbaking #christmasbreakfast #breakfast christmas nutella star bread

♬ Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee

#2. Solo (Sped Up + Instrumental)” by Dopuu

In second place we have a catchy instrumental song. We are seeing content regarding hilarious fails, advertisements, software apps, and sports. This sound is primarily being used by the Gen Z community.

#3. “Sleigh Bells (PhatCap! Trap Remix) by Ronettes

In third place, we have another Christmas song. Now that Thanksgiving has passed many people are in the full swing of the holiday season. This song is a unique Christmas song, as it is a remix. Check out an example below:

#4. “Toma Toma” by DJ DAVL

Up next, we have a catchy tune that is being used a lot in content having to do with new filters on TikTok. Some common ones we are seeing are the ’10 Sec Challenge’, the ‘Color Master’, and the ‘Squid Game Challenge’ filters.

#5. “Turks & Caicos (feat. 21 Savage)” by Rod Wave

Up next, we have a rap song by the popular rapper called Rod Wave and 21 Savage. This song is being used in content having to do with selfies, hair content, and campus life.


Ate this install up 🤭 | Using hair from my raw collection 🔥 this is my 4th install with this hair its tooo bomb!

♬ Turks & Caicos (feat. 21 Savage) – Rod Wave

#6. “Resonance x Genesis x Not allowed (Slowed)” by mikeeysmind

In 6th place, we have a song that is being heavily used in their video game content. This song is being heavily used by the Gen Z community.

#7. “Nothing You Can Take From Me (Boot-Stompin’ Version) – from The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes” by Rachel Zegler & The Covey Band

In 7th place, we have a twangy country-sounding song. This song is trending this week due to a filter that is being used alongside the song. his filter is ranking the characters from the Hunger Games film. See below for an example:

#8. “VVV (HE’S BACK)” by mikeeysmind & Sanikwave

In 8th place, we have a song that’s chorus yells “he’s back!” Many people are using this sound in their content regarding cars, sports, and hunting. This song is being used primarily by the Gen Z community as it says it is 78% 18-24-year-olds.

#9. “Retire (final)” by Alvedon

Second to last, we have a slow song that puts you in your feels. We are seeing some sad content, advice, content and more being used to this song. Check out this great video below:

#10. “Не забывай” by Комбинация

And in 10th place for this week, we have a song that translates to “Do not forget.” We are seeing content regarding school education, science, and scripted drama.

These songs have made it to the Top 10 on TikTok. Do you know any new songs that should appear on this list? If you want to know more about TikTok, check out this guide:

Do you want to see how your videos with TikTok songs have performed? With Metricool, you can check the performance of your videos and compare the duration of each one and the views and interactions received

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Anniston Ward Anniston Ward , 27 November 2023

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