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The Best TikTok Sounds Of 2020

List RulesVote up the best sounds trending on TikTok in 2020.

There are so many funny sounds on TikTok. The best Tik Tok sounds get used by your favorite TikTok boys and TikTok girls. Formerly called Musical.ly, TikTok users feature their favorite sounds to make hot dances, fire memes, and funny content to trending songs. But, just as often they make original sounds, which range from simple song mashups to memorable lines from popular cartoons - often, the weirder the better.

Finding out where TikTok sounds come from can be a pain, so this list of the most used TikTok sounds can certainly help. Funny TikTok sounds can easily get stuck in your head, but which sound is your favorite? Is it the ultra-catchy Delfino Plaza remix, the Sid the Sloth and Post Malone collaboration, or could it be the voicemail poor Rachel never received? 

Vote up the TikTok sounds you can’t stop quoting to your friends and vote down the sounds you find most irritating.

  • 1

    Don't Be Suspicious

    Video: YouTube

    Mona Lisa and Jean Ralphio Saperstein acting very suspicious in Parks and Recreation while singing, “don’t be suspicious” is popular on TikTok and Twitter.

    Would you use this sound?
  • 2

    This Is For Rachel

    Video: YouTube
    This voicemail was meant for Rachel, but it obviously got into the wrong hands.
    Would you use this sound?
  • 3

    A Par Tip Redact?

    Video: YouTube

    This ridiculously relatable line of gibbirish comes from a viral video from Youtuber CalebCity. This audio represents complete and total confusion, and good luck getting it out of your head without laughing.

    Would you use this sound?
  • 4

    Escalating Delfino Plaza

    Video: YouTube

    The Delfino Plaza Theme from Super Mario Sunshine but progressively bass boosted has quickly become a popular score for TikTok users everywhere. First uploaded in October 2019 by @.hacky to describe ways that Nascar could be more interesting, the beat has respectively blown up.

    Would you use this sound?