If you haven't caught wind of the Moye Moye trend by now, you might be living under a rock. This viral sensation originated from a Serbian song that gained massive traction on TikTok and subsequently spread to various other social media platforms. The music video for the song "Dzanum" has amassed over 57 million views on YouTube, accompanied by thousands of pop culture references.
Serbian singer-songwriter Teya Dora, the mastermind behind the track, has expressed her gratitude for the song becoming a global sensation on social media. The song's infectious nature, characterized by simple and repetitive lyrics, allows virtually anyone to easily lip-sync along.
The catchy melody has dominated TikTok charts, where millions of users created short snippets featuring the irresistible tune. The phrase "moye moye," a recurring element in the song, quickly adapted across other social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
It's worth noting that the correct enunciation of the lyrics is "moye more," but the trend employs "moye moye" due to its infectious phrasing and the irresistible nature of the beat. The song has successfully captivated a global audience, transcending borders and language barriers.
Collaborating with Serbian rapper Solbidan Velkovic Coby for the lyrics and Loka Jovanovic for the melody, the song's success can be attributed to its simple yet captivating composition. While the song may not delve into profound themes, it does carry some meaning. The "more" phrase in Serbian translates to "nightmare," conveying the story of an unfulfilled soul yearning for hope in the future.
The lyrics poignantly express the deep anguish of a soul grappling with recurring depression and nightmares, seeking solace. Titled "Dzanum," the song has a short yet unforgettable duration of merely 2 minutes and 54 seconds.