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Trending TikTok audios in September 2023

Use these TikTok audios to go viral


Incorporating trending audio into your social media content can breathe life into your posts, creating a more dynamic viewing experience for your followers.

Audio has the power to capture attention, maintain it, and leave a lasting impression on your viewers. By integrating music into your posts, you can elevate your content, make it more memorable, and overall enhance your social media presence.

Additionally, on TikTok, you can filter videos according to the audio being used. You have a higher chance of being discovered on the social media application if you stay up-to-date on trends. Therefore, here is a list of trending music to ensure your videos go viral and engage your audience.

Wassup Gwayy

This audio is trending on the short-form social media platform, with several people jumping on the bandwagon to make their own videos to it. Users have made it into a meme format, with them creating an ‘L’ shape with their fingers and moving back and forth to indicate they are unbothered by people’s opinions. Over 2 million posts have now been made with the audio.

@userizzire meet my birth giver #fypシ #fyp #asian #mom ♬ Wassup Gwayy – FamousSally & YB


This song is quickly rising to the top of TikTok audios. After being released just a week prior, the audio has been used in over 312 thousand posts. Don’t be afraid to use it to get your videos noticed.

@robynpridmore Dress of dreams 🤍☁️ Sparkles and Sheerness ✨ @Oh Polly Ad #ohpollydress #birthdaydress ♬ Strangers – Kenya Grace


Sabrina Carpenter has been trending since the release of her new album and since it was announced she would be an opening act for Taylor Swift on her era’s tour. That’s why her single Feather has taken off on TikTok, and if you want a video of you dancing light-heartedly to a viral song, this is the perfect one for you. Over 1 million posts have been made with the audio.

@nianaguerrero new dance! 🤭 w the cutest ever @Sabrina Carpenter ♬ Feather – Sped Up – Sabrina Carpenter

Where Them Girls At

While this song is over 10 years old, it’s starting to resurface on our TikTok feeds since Sabrina Bahsoon, or the ‘Tube Girl’ has gone viral for vibing to the song on the Tube. It’s still one of our go-to songs to help get pumped for the day. Others have started to use it while on the Tube as well.

@sabrinabahsoon Gotta match the vibes when i arrive #londontiktok #nickiminaj ♬ where dem girls at – fee✩

I pay attention to things…

This lyric is from a song off Olivia Rodrigo’s recent album, ‘GUTS’. The trend has people saying “I pay attention to things most people ignore” followed by specific things they have noticed. It was started by Olivia herself, and over 30 thousand posts have already used the song over the past two days.

@aimseylive i can never not hear it | #aimsey #electricity #oliviarodrigo #guts ♬ original sound – bella

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