After the death of Vine back in 2017, there suddenly existed a gap in the app world when it came to finding short videos that could still guarantee big laughs. TikTok had actually already been around since 2016, but it wasn't taken too seriously at first, only recently having gotten a massive surge in popularity (tons of celebrities are on it now). In addition to its original pull of lip-synching and dance challenges, today TikTok has proven itself to be a hub for creators of many varieties. A lot of the time, TikTok is driven by trends and its creators using said trends to produce their own, individual take. These trends are often sound bits on the app, popularized dances, DIYs, life hacks, and more. Nonetheless, TikTok has emerged into an app of its own right and is followed in the mainstream. Here are some of the best creators to follow.