Four months earlier, right before California enforced its first lockdown due to the COVID pandemic, Derulo met with TikTok representatives at his home to discuss best practices on the app. Isabel Quinteros, TikTok U. For the last 12 years, Derulo has been a singing, dancing top 40 magnet with a suave demeanor, an iconic self-identifying intro which has recently returned after a long hiatus and a steady adaptability to the latest trends driving pop music. And while other artists are currently struggling to connect live with fans during the pandemic, Derulo is multiplying his fanbase in real time with TikTok, racking up millions of views every time that he posts a clip. His success on the app has also resulted in his biggest chart hit in a half-decade. Now, with four tracks released in the span of six weeks and a massive new online following, the year-old Derulo has a stronger grasp of trends driving the industry than ever.
It was first released via digital download on December 10, It topped the charts in Australia, Poland and the United Kingdom, and peaked within the top ten of the charts in several other countries. Derulo has stated that "In My Head" was chosen to be released as the second single from the album to show the other side of his debut album. He mentioned that the album displays both sides, so "In My Head" was released to introduce his fans to the electronic side of the record.
Teens can make anything cool. But the creative geniuses on TikTok are also discovering and popularizing indie songs, international songs, and songs no one has thought of in years, if ever. TikTok has deep cuts — they just have nothing to do with vinyl records. Now, you can listen to the entire thing instead of 60 seconds or less. Here are some of the songs that TikTokkers have taken from the underground and turned into global memes. It pretty quickly flamed out after YouTuber James Charles posted his pics with a fake bloody nose and black eye on Twitter with no caption. He was immediately called out for glamorizing abuse, and it led to a larger conversation about the trend diminishing the harsh reality of mass incarceration.
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