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TikTok trends on the rise this week

Hop on these fun trends to spark engagement on your TikTok profile

tiktok trends for the week november 1st

With spooky season over, it’s time to embrace some non-Halloweenish trends on TikTok. Here are some of the rising trends to hop on:

While we wait for winter and put Halloween behind us, we can think about what’s to come. And to start, a new month means new trends, new videos to make, and new followers to gain.

Make your own kind of music

This audio is trending amongst the students and recent graduates of TikTok. Using a part of the song “Make Your Own Kind of Music” by Mama Cass Elliot, users are sharing hilarious responses to the question “What will you do with your degree?”. Check out this one:

@tiny_timo Gottq do what you gotta do #university #degree ♬ original sound – nada


For transitions and general videos, this is the sound to use. With over 750 thousand posts made with the sound already, it continues to trend on the application. Users are singing along, and making funny videos that are getting noticed on the app.

@biggiesamz THE CONFIDENCE THIS SONG GIVES ME IS ASTRONOMICAL. I dont even know if thats spelt right but @aliyahsinterlude you are that gurlll #aliyahsinterlude #itgirl #gaywalking #gaywalkingspeed #gay #lgbt ♬ IT GIRL – Sped up Version – Aliyah's Interlude

What can I sayyyyy?

Prayag Mishra has charmed TikTok users with his expressive mannerisms, quippy attitude and playful dancing over the month of October. In that time, he has grown his following to 2.5 million fans. His iconic video where he moves back and forth and says, “What can I say?” repeatedly has become a trend.

Users are now using the audio when referencing some of their questionable actions. For instance, one user writes in the caption of her video “When the Taco Bell employee sees it’s only me in the car after I ordered 15 spicy potato soft tacos” while Mishra’s voice echos in the back.

@rihaa.01 what can i say? 🫢🫢🫢 #fypシ #foryou #foryoupage #relatable #relationship #bf ♬ original sound – riha

Frantically typing

Inspired by a scene in “Bruce Almighty,” users are flexing their skills. With this sound of someone typing very quickly, users are making videos of them frantically typing, texting, searching, or doing any activity. Celebrities like Ben Barnes and Olivia Rodrigo also took part in the trend.

For instance, in one, the caption says “Hey, do you want to go out and take cute pics?” with the user quickly doing their makeup and getting ready. Make sure to use it in a way that relates to your niche.


just give me 2 minutes babe 🤭

♬ original sound – Meme page

Just smell the grass, the dirt

People are using this audio from the “Tangled” movie to post a video skipping and dancing in slow motion with a funny text overlay describing a situation where they would feel extremely happy and relaxed. This trend has over 100 thousand posts dedicated to it already, and is still popular on TikTok.

@jasluhob #fyp ♬ original sound – liv&lt3 – liv&lt3 | taking time off

Quickly head on over to the app and try these trends out for yourself!

TikTok continues to be a vibrant platform of ever-evolving trends, captivating millions of users worldwide. This week’s TikTok trends showcased a diverse array of content, and any can spark engagement on your profile by staying up to date with audios and using them in your videos.

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