TikTok dance challenges have been growing in popularity partially because of having spent a majority of 2020 in quarantine. TikTok has literally pushed songs to the top of the charts and it’s not just limited to one single genre of music, there are plenty of reggaeton hits all over the social platform. Some of the biggest names in Latin music including Becky G, Daddy Yankee, and J Balvin have turned to TikTok when it comes to promoting their latest singles. Artists may create their own dance, like Jennifer Lopez did for her latest single “Cambia de Paso,” or celebs like Sofia Reyes might leave it up to her fans to choreograph her songs. Here are nine TikTok dance challenges to try this summer, and who knows, maybe your favorite artists will repost you!
“Fulanito” by Becky G
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Los Siblings are a group from Lima, Peru with millions of followers and their own YouTube channel. They have also been nominated for the “Coreo Crack” award at the MTV Millennial Awards 2021. They created choreography for Becky G’s newest single “Fulanito” and Becky G herself reposted her reaction to the video on her Instagram story.
“BOBO” by Mariah Angeliq
NO QUIERO UN #BOBO 🙄🙄
Mont Pantoja is a 19-year-old Mexican influencer with more eight million followers on TikTok. She posted a dance challenge to Mariah Angeliq’s newest hit “BOBO” and has gotten thousands of likes for her easy-to-follow dance moves.
“Cambia el Paso” by Jennifer Lopez ft. Rauw Alejandro
Díganle a @jlo que somos del caribe #rd 🇩🇴🇩🇴🇩🇴🇩🇴🇻🇪🇻🇪🇻🇪 @carolayabreu30
JLo just dropped a fire new hit with Rauw Alejandro and of course she included a TikTok dance with it. She recently posted a video of her and her choreographer dancing to “Cambia de Paso” and people have been reenacting it like crazy. David Millan, a professional dancer from Punta Cana, has been getting tons of love on TikTok for his dance skills with this challenge and we are here for it.
“In da Getto” by J Balvin
J Balvin just dropped “In da Getto” and promoted it with an fun dance on social media. Fans took to TikTok to recreate it and it’s very similar to the “In My Feelings” dance challenge by Drake that went viral in 2018. TikTokers like Brazilian Martin Klayver posted a video of them dancing outside a slowly moving car while the song plays in the background.
“El Pony” by Daddy Yankee
Daddy Yankee is no stranger to the TikTok dance challenges, most of his singles have gone viral on TikTok with fans creating all kinds of choreography to his music. Fans like Gaby Asturias went viral posting Daddy Yankee challenges and ended up winning Influencer Latino Del Ano at the E! People’s Choice Awards last year.
“Casualidad” by Sofia Reyes ft. Pedro Capo
The “Casualidad” TikTok dance challenge is done with your bestie. Sofia Reyes originally created this challenge and fans like Nickelodeon star, Estefany Oliveira, posted her remake of the challenge with her and her friend ending the video in bed sheets. She has received thousands of views and more and more people are jumping on this fun trend.
“Que Rico Fuera” by Ricky Martin ft. Paloma Mami
Ricky Martin never disappoints and he teamed up with Paloma Mami for their newest single “Que Rico Fuera.” Ricky has also reposted several of his followers dance challenge video on his personal Instagram stories. TikToker Dexter Mayfield not only nails this choreography but the energy he brings through the camera lens is contagious.
“Todo de Ti” by Rauw Alejandro
Rauw Alejandro recently released “Todo de Ti” and it’s so upbeat, it will automatically put you in a dancing mood. It’s gained so much popularity that fellow Latin artists like Malu Trevejo even attempted the TikTok dance challenge. It’s always fun to see artists supporting each other on social media.
“Yonaguni” by Bad Bunny
Although Bad Bunny himself isn’t very active on the TikTok app, his fans surely are. Magalí Castagno created a tutorial on the “Yonaguni” dance challenge and it has gotten her thousands of views and millions of followers. Although the dance itself is only about 15 seconds long, she breaks down the dance moves step-by-step which is great for beginners.