Many independent musicians are using the short-form video hosting app TikTok to gain a following. Here are five up and coming artists to keep an eye out for!
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What exactly are intrusive thoughts? And how can this mental health buzzword—one often misused on TikTok—win over us?
Social media feels like wading through an endless sea of product recommendations, even from the influencers we used to think were more trustworthy than traditional celebs.
If you feel down on your luck as of late or, possibly, your whole life, fret not. TikTok’s self-help gurus are here to help.
MMA fighter Keith Lee found fame and fortune on TikTok as a food critic. His love of food was inspired by his wife’s pregnancy cravings.
Known for his funny Starbucks skits on TikTok as @duztn, Dustin Phillips is the up and coming TikTok creator and queer Asian actor you need to keep an eye out for.
The Not Deer is an oddly named cryptid from Appalachia that’s been blowing up on TikTok recently.
TikTok trends pave the way for diet culture keep thriving but users can use the app to reject it.
The Office’s Stanley Hudson rejected hustle culture before quiet quitting became a trend.
If you have a foot fetish, you might have to pay a small price for it—there are no free feet pics on the internet.
These TikTok songs are more than just soundbites and deserve a full listening to,
Some challenges are harmless fun. But these five dangerous TikTok challenges just shouldn’t be done.
From queer love stories in ancient Greece to eye-opening insights into the Stonewall riots, these queer books can keep you entertained until next year’s Pride.
Are you bi or is it just comphet? That’s the eternal question for queer women raised in a cis-hetero normative society.
You’ve heard of Cottagecore. Now get ready for its frog-loving, mushroom-gathering sister aesthetic, Goblincore, that’s bringing foraging back into the mainstream.
Mental health discussions are all over social media. This has brought both new benefits and new problems to the space.
Earlier this week, Kellogg’s tried to hire scabs to replace workers on strike. The internet got to work.
Tiktok is putting creative control back into the hands of artists and their fans while providing a platform for less traditional artists.
More than just a fashion trend, the countryside-themed aesthetics of Cottagecore reflects a change in the way society approaches work and living.
What has brought Lil Darkie to such prominence on platforms like SoundCloud, Reddit, and Tik Tok is the way he combines jarring and aggressive lyrical images with an insightful underlying meaning.
Andrew Joseph Stevens III, more widely known as Drives the Common Man, has gained a strong following through his energetic and supremely danceable covers, remixes, and mashups on TikTok over the past year.