7 TikTok Songs to Add to Your Party Playlist ASAP
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7 TikTok Songs to Add to Your Party Playlist ASAP

Some of your favorite songs on TikTok can definitely get a party started.

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7 TikTok Songs to Add to Your Party Playlist ASAP

Like most people in quarantine, I've spent a lot of time listening to music and arguably too much time scrolling through TikTok. There's something about the dancing videos and catchy songs that can keep you sucked in for hours at a time. Some songs used in the app are popular ones that a lot of users would immediately recognize, but some of the songs are new and unfamiliar tracks that you can't help but nod your head to.

While daydreaming for football season and times when I will be able to hang out with all of my friends again, I realized that there were a few songs I needed to add to my party playlist as soon as possible. Here are seven of the best songs from your TikTok feed that you'll want to have queued up for your post-quarantine parties:

"Savage" by Megan Thee Stallion

Everyone at your party will recognize this song because of the dance that blew up their feeds for over a month. Many tried it, many failed it, but regardless "Savage" guarantees a good time.

"Addison Rae" by The Kid LAROI

Addison Rae, @addisionraee, is the Hype House dancer all over your For You page. She has incredible dance moves and such a bubbly personality it's hard not to like her content. Believe it or not, there's even a song about her.

"Levi High" by DaniLeigh feat. DaBaby

Can't decide what to wear? Levi jeans are fitting for any group get-together and this catchy track hypes you up just like your best friend would.

"I Like Him" by Princess Nokia 

This song was first used in TikToks to show off celebrity crushes. "I Like Him" serves up a lot of attitude and is perfect to play when you're getting ready to go out with all of your friends.

"After Party" by Don Toliver

"After Party" is probably the catchiest song on TikTok at the moment and has a fun partner dance to go along with it. Play this at your next function and see how many people show off their dancing skills.

"Lottery (Renegade)" by K CAMP

When someone thinks of TikTok they probably think of this song first. After all, if you don't know "Lottery (Renegade)" and hopelessly practiced the accompanying dance for hours, are you really a TikTok user?

"VIBES" by DaBaby 

DaBaby has a bunch of songs that have skyrocketed in popularity on TikTok, and this is just one of them. You probably have a video posted or saved in your drafts with this track playing in the background.

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