In this day and age, almost no one does not use TikTok. It is one of the most popular apps, with over 2 billion downloads worldwide.
If you’ve ever used TikTok, you’re probably guilty of losing track of time and engaging in mindless scrolling(Sneezing Achoo).
We’ve all seen viral dances, pranks, skits, stories, and challenges, each one more inventive than the last.
But have you ever seen people dancing to the sound of sneezing achoo? Most likely not.
It is currently the most recent trend on the platform, and it is slowly gaining traction.
TikTok influencers such as Noah Beck, Haley Pham, Madi Monroe, and Anna Shumate have already jumped on board.
It usually begins with users pretending to sneeze at the viral TikTok sound, followed by a couple of trendy dance moves that we’ve seen all over TikTok.
The audio features catchy and addictive melodious trap music. But how did the trend begin, and who is to blame for the viral sound?
TikTok Audio From Lil Uzi Vert’s “Dip” Song Has Gone Viral
It was started by user @sosawyaa, who was seen dancing to the song and experimenting with different transitions.
At the time of writing, there are over 141,000 videos under the TikTok audio category. Lil Uzi Vert’s 2019 song remix ‘Dip’ includes the popular TikTok sound.
But don’t be fooled: ‘Dip’ is not Lil Uzi Vert’s song. TisaKorean rapped it first in 2018, and it quickly went viral on TikTok.
The rapper had no idea ‘Dip’ would become a dance song, but once it went viral on TikTok, it spawned thousands of dance videos.
The song was associated with the #woahchallenge by users.
TisaKorean told Genius that it became a dance trend probably because he danced to it in his music video.
And now, four years later, the song has resurfaced as a result of Lil Uzi Vert’s sneeze.
It is not the first time that Lil Uzi Vert or a Sneeze has trended on TikTok.
With hits like ‘New York Nights at 21’ and ‘Money Longer,’ Lil Uzi Vert quickly established himself as a rap fixture.
And, as one of our generation’s most popular rappers, the majority of his songs trended on TikTok. However, ‘SideLine Watching (Hold Up),’ which was released in 2020, is the most popular.
On TikTok, there are over 650 000 dance videos tagged with the song, including several from TikTok queens Dixie D’Amelio and Addison Rae.
During the pandemic, his songs ‘Myron’ and ‘Two’ were also very popular, spawning over 400,000 dance videos. Coincidentally, the “achoo” sound has previously trended on the video-sharing app.
In 2019, the #ahchoo trend took over TikTok, with users transitioning from one scene to the next.
Some inventive video creations featured users transitioning from their homes to various locations, while others featured users transforming themselves with makeup.
There are numerous trends on TikTok that are difficult to keep up with, but Lil Uzi Vert’s new “achoo” trend may last a little longer.
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