TikTok creators document the summer with the August trend. Take a deeper look at this content in addition to top videos, creators, songs, and effects.
Trending on TikTok: August
As summer winds down, TikTok creators are looking back at some of their favorite memories from August and beyond.
Taylor Swift's 2020 song "August," offers nostalgic vibes with the lyrics "I can see us lost in the memory. August slipped away into a moment in time," while a quick montage of memorable moments flashes across the screen. From recent summer shots to cleaning montages and even a love story in photos, this trend lets creators relive and romanticize what they have saved in their camera roll. Taylor Swift even joined in on the fun with a bottle of wine.
This trend shows the power of editing and music to create a stylized video that lets creators share a story through memories they've saved on their phones.
Ellie Goulding's "Still Falling For You" provides a romantic backdrop for TikTok videos looking to pull at your heart strings. The songs slow build to an emotional crescendo provides an emotional sound for content including uplifting messages and loving vows. Just be sure to have a tissue on hand.
Hot Effect: Clone Photos
Clone Photos lets creators take a group photoshoot with themselves. Counting down from three, the effect takes pictures on repeat while the subject strikes different poses. The effect has already birthed a Charlie's Angels trend where creators recreate the iconic poster.
Creator Spotlight: @usimmango
Usim Mango is a creator from North Carolina best known for his popular dance and comedic videos. Mango is the originator behind the popular dance trend set to Stromae's "Alors on Danse." He and his friends created the simple dance that captured positive energy shared by thousands of others who took part in the trend. Mango continues to create and share new, positive dances with followers and fans.
Artist Arrival: @michaelbuble
Michael Bublé has officially joined TikTok to celebrate his 46th birthday. Poking fun at his age, The King of Christmas made a fun video of himself using a popular sound laughing at his birthday candles and before pushing out the number 4 to make it look like he’s only turning 6. We look forward to more Bublé on TikTok, especially as the holiday season approaches!