These TikTok Bops Need Your Votes To Win An iHeartRadio Music Award


TikTok is more than just turf for dance challenges, fun facts and a place to discover hidden gems. It’s also the place of origin for success (or resurged popularity) for some of your favorite hits. We’re celebrating the past year of viral hits with the Best TikTok Bop category at our 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards, highlighting the likes of The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights,” K Camp’s “Lottery (Renegade),” “Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage,” Doja Cat’s “Say So,” Jason Derulo’s “Savage Love” featuring Jawsh 865 and Cardi B’s Megan Thee Stallion-assisted “WAP.”

If you want to rep for your favorite TikTok bop, you can vote on Twitter using the appropriate hashtags and on iHeartRadio.com/Awards.

The Weeknd - "Blinding Lights"

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The 80s-inspired synth track won its TikTok claim to fame when user @macdaddyz uploaded a video of a trio bopping to the song before breaking out in one glorious choreographed routine.

Vote using these hashtags: #BlindingLights #TikTokBop #iHeartAwards

K Camp - "Lottery (Renegade)"

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The creator of the "Renegade" dance trend, 14-year-old Jalaiah Harmon, didn't expect the five minute routine she created in her bedroom to become such a hit.

Vote using these hashtags: #Lottery #TikTokBop #iHeartAwards

Megan Thee Stallion - "Savage"

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Last summer, celebs, including Meg herself, all across the globe were using TikTok user Keara Wilson's choreo for the viral song.

Vote using these hashtags: #Savage #TikTokBop #iHeartAwards

Doja Cat - "Say So"

Photo: Jamal Peters for iHeartRadio

TikTok sensation Haley Sharpe created the original dance that swept the app by storm; so much so that Doja Cat recreated the dance in her music video for the song too.

Vote using these hashtags: #SaySo #TikTokBop #iHeartAwards

Jason Derulo ft. Jawsh 865 - "Savage Love"

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Jawsh 685 first created the instrumental, which Derulo eventually sampled as a tribute to his Samoan and Cook Island heritage. As you know, his version became a huge dance trend, but the viral traction of the song started as a means to showcase cultural heritage — and the rest is history!

Vote using these hashtags: #SavageLove #TikTokBop #iHeartAwards

Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion - "WAP"

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The explosive routine that took over the internet is credited to choreographer Brian Esperon. Even BLACKPINK's Rosé took a shot at it, gaining the stamp of approval from Cardi herself.

Vote using these hashtags: #WAP #TikTokBop #iHeartAwards

Listen to this year's nominees and last year's winners

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