TikTok creators talk back with the #DramaticMoments trend! Take a deeper look at the content with this new feature in addition to top videos, creators, songs, and effects.
Current Top Trend: #DramaticMoments
There are few things more satisfying than a snappy retort and the recent #DramaticMoments trend showcases comebacks with a dramatic flair.
Using the BGC Drama Effect sound as the backbone for this trend, creators start the video with a blanket statement before the dramatic music chimes in and they switch characters to respond to the initial statement. With a focus on relatable situations and hilarious characters, #DramaticMoments is a simple, effective format that can be used to create content in any location for any subject. It's been used to cover an eclectic variety of topics such as wearing makeup, sharing songs with friends, and interacting with parents among countless others.
#DramaticMoments highlights how comedic formats can be used across a variety of communities to unite different types of users and creators under a single trend.
Hot Track: Falling
When Trevor Daniel created "Falling" back in 2018 he made a song that immediately struck at the heart of everyone who hears it. Since its creation, "Falling" has become a go to sound yet again for creators who want to tell an emotional story or add a heart to their video. When it begins playing, the viewer already knows what kind of video they are about to watch, making it one of the most used sounds on TikTok.
Hot Effect: Blink
Blink puts the viewer in the POV of someone waking up. Creators have utilized this effect to make hilarious content showing what it might be like to wake up as their significant other.
Creator Spotlight: @quenwilliamss
Quen is a professional real estate agent who is using her platform to help make home buying attainable for the Black community. She didn't see much Black representation in the real estate industry and hardly any representation of home ownership in Black households and wants to change that. She hopes her content will help more people of color own a home and create generational wealth.
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