Beyoncé Has Finally Made Her Grand Arrival On Tiktok. Beyoncé has finally made her triumphant debut on TikTok, and she did so a little bit with assistance from another Grammy-winning diva.
On Thursday (July 14), Queen Bey posted her first TikTok after joining the social media network in December. She shared a video of fans voguing and dancing to her most recent track, “Break My Soul.”
Beyoncé Has Finally Made Her Grand Arrival On Tiktok. Cardi B makes an appearance in the 62-second montage, fiercely singing along to the line, “in case you forgot how we act outside!” The video was taken from a recent Instagram livestream by the Bronx rapper.
“Watching you guys let go of the wiggle made me so joyful!” The video has captions by Beyoncé. “I’m very grateful for all the support for BREAK MY SOUL. Love #BREAKMYSOUL B#RENAISSANCE
Beyoncé’s first TikTok has amassed more than 50,000 likes and 5,000 comments, and she now has more than 3.3 million followers on the platform.
Variety reports that the video being released at the same time as the announcement that Mrs. Carter’s full discography is now accessible on the site. Users of TikTok can use her songs, including blockbusters like “Halo,” “Single Ladies,” and the aforementioned “Break My Soul,” as the background music for their projects.
As she prepares to release Renaissance, her seventh studio album and the widely awaited follow-up to 2016’s Lemonade, on July 29, TikTok may prove to be a handy tool for Beyoncé.
When revealing the magnificent cover art last month, she stated on Instagram, “Creating this album provided me a place to dream and to find escape amid a dangerous time for the globe.” In a period when not much else was moving, it gave me the freedom and adventure I needed.
“My goal was to make a welcoming, judgment-free space. a location where overthinking and perfectionism are not allowed. a location where one can yell, let off steam, and experience liberation. It was a lovely exploring adventure. I sincerely hope you enjoy this music. I’m hoping it motivates you to let go of the jiggle. Ha! And to feel as special, powerful, and alluring as you are.”
Though, don’t anticipate her husband JAY-Z doing the same anytime soon. The staunchly anti-social media rapper signed up for Instagram in November to promote the Netflix film The Harder They Fall, which he also co-produced, but promptly deactivated the account.