Lay Bankz’s “Tell Ur Girlfriend” reigns supreme for a third week on TikTok Top 50!

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Lay Bankz’s infectious hit “Tell Ur Girlfriend” continues its reign at the top of the TikTok Billboard Top 50 chart for a remarkable third consecutive week. The song’s popularity shows no signs of waning, fueled by a captivating dance trend that has taken the platform by storm. While “Tell Ur Girlfriend” dominates streaming, racking up 10.9 million official U.S. streams and reaching No. 58 on the Billboard Hot 100, a new contender has emerged for the TikTok throne.

Tommy Richman’s “Million Dollar Baby” explodes onto the scene, debuting at No. 2 on the TikTok chart. This sizzling track already boasts an impressive 38 million streams, securing it the same position on the Billboard Hot 100. “Million Dollar Baby’s” journey began on TikTok itself, with Richman’s original sound garnering over 22 million views across two clips before the full song’s official release. The song has sparked a diverse trend on the platform, encompassing dance moves, lip-sync videos, and even a photo trend showcasing user encounters with celebrities.

Shaboozey’s “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” also makes a significant leap, jumping from No. 9 to No. 3 on the TikTok chart. A potent dance challenge and creative lip-sync videos, especially those highlighting the “Someone pour me up a double shot of whiskey” verse with comedic effect, have fueled its rise. This success translates beyond TikTok, with “A Bar Song” reigning on the Hot Country Songs chart for a second week and soaring to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, fueled by a 67% increase in streams.

Further down the chart, two new contenders break into the Top 5 for the first time. Laila!’s “Like That!” sits at No. 4, its popularity steadily growing since its April debut. Many user uploads feature the catchy chorus “Do you want me?/ Do you wanna love me like that?” accompanied by playful attempts to distract significant others through dance and lip-sync. Rounding out the Top 5 is Phoebe Bridgers’ slowed-down rendition of “Scott Street,” which maintains its association with videos featuring reunions, emotional moments, and more

Finally, a blast from the past makes a surprising resurgence. Johnny Cash’s classic “The Chicken In Black” debuts at No. 6, fueled by a new TikTok trend. Users are playfully using their pets (or even children) in place of guns while mouthing the iconic “Stick ‘em up, everybody, I’m robbin’ this place” lyric. This unexpected use has breathed new life into the song, generating 1.3 million streams within a week and a 266% increase in overall popularity.

The TikTok Top 50 continues to be a dynamic landscape, showcasing a blend of established hits and unexpected viral sensations. Lay Bankz holds the crown for now, but with challengers like “Million Dollar Baby” and resurgent classics like “The Chicken In Black” on the rise, the battle for TikTok supremacy promises to be exciting in the weeks to come.

Written by: Power Radio

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