ABBA joins TikTok with piano rendition of Dancing Queen
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ABBA hadn’t even joined the streaming video platform and the legendary foursome had already generated hundreds of millions of views. The #DancingQueenChallenge alone has had over 160million views on Tik Tok. After dropping two new videos today, the band has announced there will be a major new announcement this coming Thursday, which fans hope will be about the eagerly-awaited new singles, album and tour. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE TWO NEW VIDEOS
Over the past twelve months, fans inspired by ABBA have posted Tik Tok videos and challenges to classic tracks like Slipping Through my Fingers and Chiquitita.
Overnight, the band posted a low-key version of their signature tune Dancing Queen. It’s a simple, acoustic piano version and fans are already going crazy.
One wrote: “ABBA ON TIK TOK? ! Ok my life is complete” and another added: “Nice to see the greatest band of all time has arrived on Tik Tok.”
ABBA now on TikTok. Join us! ##abba
♬ Dancing Queen – ABBA
Thank you for waiting, the journey is about to begin. Agnetha, Björn, Benny, Anni-Frid. ##ABBAVoyage ##ABBA
♬ originalljud – ABBA
Before today, ABBA’s music was the most requested and they were the most searched-for band without an official page.
Following today’s announcement, ABBA’S catalogue of classic tracks is now available on the TikTok Sounds page and an official #ABBA challenge will be launched.
Bandmembers Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid will be hitting more headlines over the next few days as and they build towards Thursday.
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