TikTok is hosting a live New Years Eve party that will feature performances by Charlie puth, Kali Uchis, and Rico Nasty, as many people are planning home celebrations amid the latest wave of COVID.
The TikTok New Years Eve event will air on the app from 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. PT on December 31.
The concert will feature performances by three musical artists who made their mark on TikTok this year (in order of performance): Puth, the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, who was one of the most-viewed artists on TikTok. in 2021; Kali Uchis, including the song “Telepatia” was the best Latin song of the year on TikTok; and Rico Nasty, the energetic rapper behind trending hits like “Smack a Bitch”, who is also a prolific creator on the app with 1.8 million followers on TikTok.
Each artist will perform a set during the livestream, each taking place on a different floor of the TikTok towers – an apartment-themed staging area of the apartment where the event will take place – each custom designed to fit the location. whole of the individual artist.
In addition to the artist’s performances, TikTok’s New Years Eve live event will feature popular creators including event host averagefashionblogger as well as scarlet_may.1, tracy.oj, cristiandennis , tyshonlawrence and 8illy.
Last month, Uchis and platinum artist Ozuna joined in their new collaboration “Another day in America” from the soundtrack rendered by Steven Spielberg West Side Story.
“Another Day in America” brings an updated twist to the 1957 Broadway musical cut “America”, donning parts of the original lyrics written by Leonard Bernstein and the recent past Stephen Sondheim through the song with new songwriting additions.
“Money, greed, poison in food / Take advantage of prisons and brainwashing in schools / If you watch the media it will keep you fooled / Like locked on screens, keep scrolling your phones,” Uchis sings over The pieced together the second verse of the song. “Money, greed, whatever we consume / Let’s say ‘Land of the Free”, but this land has always been stolen / Mass incarceration and detention centers / Everything they did to us never made the headlines. ”
Listen to the best of Kali Uchis on Apple Music and Spotify.