Celebrity singer Beyoncé joins TikTok, shares entire song catalog with creators



Pop diva Beyoncé joined a popular short-form video app and has already gained over 3.3 million followers, by Thursday morning. The celebrity singer’s first feature on TikTok is her song “Break My Soul” from the album Renaissance. This track is the first single from her seventh solo studio album which is slated for a July 29 release.

Beyoncé posted a compilation of creative content that was generated by users who were inspired by her persona as well as her music. She thanked her fans on TikTok and promised them that big things would come, in future.

One of the creators on the TikTok feature was another celebrity, Cardi B who danced to Beyoncé’s song. The 29-year old celebrity rapper enthusiastically sang along with the lyrics of the song. Cardi B wore a bright yellow tank top. Of course, we believe she wore her favorite high heels as she grooved to the catchy tune.

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The celebrity singer wrote in the caption, “Seeing y’all release the wiggle made me so happy!” She added, “Thank you so much for all the love for BREAK MY SOUL!—Love B.

Beyoncé has a formidably social media presence. Her fandom is called the BeyHive and she is considered to be the Queen Bey. Now, she is making her presence felt on TikTok and will soon reach several millions as it’s hours since she joined the short video platform TiKTok. The singer has 268 million followers on Instagram as well as 56 million followers on Facebook. She has almost 25 million subscribers on YouTube as well as 15.5 million followers on Twitter.

Beyoncé, who has won 28 Grammys, has made her entire catalog available so that TikTok users can use them in their creations for back sounds. Some of the popular songs available include not only the celebrity singer’s latest single “Break My Soul” from Renaissance but also other hits such as “Halo” and “Single Ladies.”

 

 


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