TikTok users bring a blast form the past with the #MedievalTikTok top trend. Take a deeper look at content form this trend in addition to top videos, creators, songs, and effects.
Current Top Trend: #MedievalTikTok
The TikTok community took a look into the past and embraced an aesthetic from the Middle Ages with #MedievalTikTok.
Over the course of the Summer, the musical genre known as "Bardcore" gained popularity online. Bardcore, of course, refers to the performance of modern popular songs in Medieval styles. Think "Smells Like Teen Spirit" played with a harp, or someone covering "WAP" with a lute. These songs have become somewhat popular because of their uniqueness and recently drove an entire content format on TikTok.
Beginning with a Medieval cover of Shakira's "Hips Don't Lie", users followed an anachronistic format where they would find a bardcore song, use Green Screen to upload a painting from the Middle Ages, and then show themselves dancing in front of the art with TikTok Text that described a light hearted, "ancient" behavior. Whether it was saying "good day instead of good morning," using the word "parched instead of thirsty," or just imagining Medieval-inspired fandom, the content was extremely diverse and high-quality.
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