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Drake's Toosie Slide reaches three billion views and becomes TikTok's fastest rising music trend

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New record: Thanks to the countless renditions, videos using of Drake's Toosie Slide have reached over three billion plays on TikTok, and given the rapper yet another record

Around the globe TikTok users are creating their own videos to Drake's latest number one, Toosie Slide. 

 

New record: Thanks to the countless renditions, videos using of Drake's Toosie Slide have reached over three billion plays on TikTok, and given the rapper yet another record

And thanks to the countless renditions, videos using '#ToosieSlide' have reached over three billion plays on the video platform, and given the rapper yet another record. 

The astonishing amount of views make Drake the fastest rising music trend on TikTok, TMZ reported on Friday. 

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New record: Thanks to the countless renditions, videos using of Drake's Toosie Slide have reached over three billion plays on TikTok, and given the rapper yet another record

The song's simple chorus 'It go, right foot up, left foot slide, left foot up, right foot slide, basically, I'm saying either way, we 'bout to slide, ayy, can't let this one slide,' has provided the short video platform with a quick to learn dance. 



Easy dance: The song's simple chorus 'It go, right foot up, left foot slide, left foot up, right foot slide, basically, I'm saying either way, we 'bout to slide, ayy, can't let this one slide,' has provided the short video platform with a quick to learn dance, which Drake did in the song's video

Toosie Slide was released by Drake (born Aubrey Graham) on April 3 and debuted at number one on the Billboard chart. 


Number one: Toosie Slide was released by Drake (born Aubrey Graham) on April 3 and debuted at number one on the Billboard chart


Expensive art:The song also comes at a time when most of the country, and countries around the globe are on lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, and filmed the music video in his Toronto mansion

Directed by Theo Skudra, the rapper dances around his home while wearing a Nike balaclava, camouflage jacket and gloves.



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