Kali Uchis, Sebastián Yatra, Carlos Vives, Manuel Turizo, Morat, Cali & El Dandee, Kevvo, Feid, Mike Bahia, Silvestre Dangond, ChocQuibtown, Llane, Dylan Fuentes, Aria Vega, Kristal and Valeria Sandoval will be the quota of Colombians who will participate in #SuenaEnTikTok, the music festival that invented the application, and who will represent Colombia in its challenges.
During three days there will be presentations by musicians of all kinds of genres, famous artists, emerging bands and any musician who has been a trend within the app with a song. Additionally, there will be question and answer sessions followed by activities in which the public can participate to meet these celebrities.
How to participate in the festival?
The event will begin on June 11 and will start from 2pm, however, as of June 7, all users of the platform will be able to find a banner that will give them direct access to the shows that are being presented, in case they are not. is available, in the profile of each artist there will be a direct access to the presentation.
Other guest artists are Thalia, Christian Nodal, Tini, Lunay, Joey Montana, Mau & Ricky, Joss Favela, Guaynaa and the king of reggaeton Daddy Yankee.
As the world’s go-to platform for discovering music and releasing greatest hits of all genres, TikTok has been the stepping stone for some of the most iconic international artists, who have thrived both online and offline. #SuenaEnTikTok will present the same to emerging talents from Latin America, such as Cuarto Voltaje and RENEE, whose careers took off thanks to TikTok, as well as established names such as Carlos Vives or the Mexican regional band such as Banda MS and Banda El Recodo.
“TikTok is committed to empowering its community of music creators and fans to discover potential musical hits, while providing artists around the world with a global stage to delight, entertain and engage with audiences,” commented from the application.
A few days ago the platform also presented a new tool that they called the Music viewer, the first creative music effect that is available to be used by the TikTok community globally. The effect runs beat tracking in real time to animate an out-of-this-world, retro greenscreen landscape that will move directly to the beat of your chosen song. In Latin America, TikTok has collaborated with the Colombian Dylan Fuentes to use this effect with a fragment of his song ‘Ajena’, this being the first video in Spanish from TikTok that uses the initiative.
Along with that, they created the Music machine, other effect Musical and interactive offers real-time audio synthesis functions that will allow creators to make music from different rhythms such as drums and other sounds, while recording their videos. Music Machine offers an interactive set of tools that appear on the screen while the user records.