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6 creators you should be following on TikTok

TikTok has been the app to be on since the day it started.

TikTok has produced creators like Charli D’Amelio, Addison Rae and so much more. They have now become well-known names not only in America but also across the globe. Some have even gone on to star in lead roles in movies, work with big brands, or even create their own music. As a trendsetting platform, TikTok decides what’s in style and what should be dropped.

Just like American TikTokers, Thailand also has its own influencers. Thai people love watching TikTok videos and they produce content relatable to Thai viewers. Whether these creators use their platform to uplift, educate, or entertain others, we think they all deserve the same recognition as their western counterparts. Here are our top 6 TikTok creators you should be following.

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Sophie is more than just singer Chin Chinawut Indracusin’s younger sister. She is a choreographer, dancer, and actress who is now making a name for herself on TikTok. Her account consists mostly of her dancing videos, where she shows off her dancing talent and latest choreographs. It’s not just a place for her to show of her talent, but also a gathering place for her community of fans to talk to each other.

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Yes, that’s the Diamond Grains you’re thinking about. The popular granola brand’s founding couple doesn’t only create branded content on TikTok, but uses the platform to connect with their audience and consumers. Viewers will learn not only about their products but also about the founders as individuals. As we get a look into their personal lives, including a trip into their homes, we get a taste of their journey of creating a successful business.

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The South African influencer is one of the creators that blew up during the rise of the app. With a significant amount of followers on his platform, he produces a variety of content including cooking videos, comedic videos, and more. His videos are personal, allowing viewers to get a peek into his life and what he does on a daily basis.

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Meturr and her father recently blew up on TikTok, and they’ve landed multiple interviews with mainstream Thai celebs. They follow trends that come up but most importantly their page highlights the cute relationship between father and daughter. Although the page originally belongs to Meturr, her father has gained so much popularity that he is now the subject of most of her videos. We are definitely not complaining.

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With over seventy thousand followers, Eddy’s content caters mostly towards international school kids. Most of his content is in English and about growing up with two different ethnic backgrounds. His content is relatable to his audience and gives an insight into the way that he grew up and the experiences that he has been through. His videos are comedic and provide a good laugh.

[Image Credit: Meturr via Instagram]

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Fashion for men has been on the rise lately and Chalee provides content just for that. His content ranges from product reviews and fashion content to comedy videos. He keeps his audience entertained while still giving them an understanding and a newfound appreciation for fashion. This kind of content seems to work since it has gained him millions of followers. If you like fashion, follow Chalee and I promise you would not pass his video without a laugh.

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6 creators you should be following on TikTok

Nisha is a sneakerhead, always looking for a way to make her shoes the star of her outfit. You'll find her either blasting good music or baking in the kitchen, sometimes even at the same time. Other than that, you can find her watching Netflix, catching up on her favourites.

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