What is the “perfect, perfect, perfect” TikTok sound?

Dylan Horetski
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Yet another TikTok sound has gone viral on the app, this time it’s simply the words “perfect, perfect, perfect.” Here’s everything we know about the sound, and how it’s used.

Over the last 6 years, TikTok has been the home of thousands (if not millions) of viral videos with a wide variety of sounds, dances, and other talents.

No matter the style of the viral video, however, it is backed by an equally viral sound clip. A few examples would be the ‘bad bitch genre‘ and ‘money don’t jiggle jiggle‘ sounds that have taken the app by storm.

Now the ‘perfect, perfect, perfect’ snippet has gained mass popularity on the app. Here’s everything we know about the sound, as well as how creators are using it.

What is the ‘perfect, perfect, perfect’ TikTok sound?

If you’ve been scrolling your FYP a lot lately, the sound “This is perfect — perfect, perfect, perfect” has probably been stuck in your head for a day or two.

The origin of the sound is unclear because the original video was deleted from the app. However, A TikTok user by the name of hope_schwing saved the day by uploading a video with the original sound.

Since then, it has amassed almost six million views with hundreds of thousands of likes.

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Since her reupload, the sound has been used over 85,000 times on the app by creators from all over the world.

At the top of that list of videos is Menecisandbrody whose video has been viewed over 60 million times — significantly more than hope’s reupload video.

Brody, who has had his legs amputated, sits on his girlfriend’s lap and acts like her legs are his own in their video.

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The rest of the 80k+ videos are creators using the sound to either show something that’s genuinely ‘perfect,’ or are using the sound sarcastically after something in their daily life messes up.

Just like TikToker JenisahMora, who captioned her video: “When the nail tech asks if you like your nails, but you don’t, but you also don’t want to tell them.”

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About The Author

Dylan is a Senior Writer for Dexerto with knowledge in keyboards, headsets, and live streaming hardware. Outside of tech, he knows the latest happenings around Twitch, YouTube, and TikTok. Contact Dylan at Dylan.Horetski@Dexerto.com