“Munch” by Ice Spice, Rosalía and more


(For You)r Consideration is a weekly column that breaks down rappers and singers doing it GOOD on TikTok and viral TikTok music trends and top songs taking over your FYP.

The Rise of Ice Spices

If you haven’t heard his Drake co-signed hit, “Munch,” then here’s your wake-up call. The Bronx Ice Spice track debuted in August and has become virtually a staple on TikTok’s For You page. DaniLeigh used the single as the background for a GRWM-style video for the VMAs, Kehlani posted two videos of the Bronx hit, and Chantel Jeffries took to her page to make a video with Ice Spice herself! The music video snippet posted on the app has over a million views and more than forty thousand videos have been created for sound. With these numbers, there’s no doubt that “Much (Feelin’ U)” will continue to grow in popularity.

fuck them

Double standards are frustrating, and if you’ve ever needed an outlet to vent that frustration, this trend is for you. The Tennessee rapper Finesse2tymes’ latest single, “Back End,” is exploding on TikTok to draw attention to some stupid and serious instances of inequality. Along with the lyrics, “It’s cool when they do it (it’s cool, huh?), it’s a problem when I do it, f*ck ’em”, the creators add an extra twist using the “Police Runner” filter by byten21, so you can simulate cop dodging. Check out the trend below.


Beyoncé finally released her 7th studio album last month. And just as the 16-track project has the world in a chokehold, the content surrounding the album doesn’t seem to be falling apart from the FYP. The app creators continue to praise the album and have topped Bey’s discography and songs on RENAISSANCE. Now, TikTokers ranks the album’s critically acclaimed transitions. Barb and Beyonce stan @shook.individual’s self-proclaimed video chart of transitions from the album has just under 100,000 views. With these numbers, Bey Hive members should swoop down to the app and jump on this trend.

Rosalía has been on the lock

Put on some gum, start chewing, roll your eyes, and hit Rosalía’s chiptune track “Bizcochito” to hop on the trend that’s been populating TikTok all summer. TikTokers use the title of the singer’s 3rd album, Motomami, to randomly give an attitude to their friends and family. Doctors, beauticians, lawyers and other enforcement professionals are taking the sound and rolling their eyes at the widespread misinformation they have seen in their respective fields. Rosalía even hopped on the trend, serving attitude at the gym, eating sushi and getting her hair done. There are currently over two hundred and fifty thousand videos and counting on “Bizcochito”, combined with a co-sign by the singer herself, this trend has lasted.

Chlöe releases a new song

With three solo singles under her belt, a song with her ex-boo Gunna and several cover songs circulating on social media, the world is ready for Chlöe Bailey’s first solo album. Last week, the UPROXX cover star took to TikTok in a holiday-ready look to give fans a taste of some unreleased music. The tune Bailey sings is traditional R&B leaning, deviating from the uptempo pop tracks she’s released in the past. Fans in the comments expressed that the snippet is similar to Brian McKnight’s records and the cult soap opera’s intro days of our lives. Want a taste of Chlöe’s next album? Watch his TikTok below.


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