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Beyoncé uploads her debut TikTok song, "Break My Soul," which features Cardi B in a cameo.

On March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California, Beyoncé takes the Best R&B Performance trophy for "Black Parade" on stage at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards held at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Kevin Winter for The Recording Academy via Getty Images for AFP Award-winning singer-actress Beyoncé has just published her debut TikTok video in Manila, the Philippines.

Before even posting her first post, which she dedicated to her fans, Beyoncé had amassed over three million followers.

"I was so glad to see you guys let out the wiggle! I appreciate all the support for "Break My Soul," so much." The caption for Beyoncé read:

In the actual video, fans were shown dancing to "Break My Soul."

On the video upload, rapper Cardi B also made an appearance and referenced the line, "In case you forgot how we act outdoors."

TikTok users can now use Beyoncé's other songs, such as "Single Ladies," "Halo," "Run the World (Girls)," "Love on Top," and "Irreplaceable," for their videos in addition to "Break My Soul."

 268 million followers on Instagram, 56 million on Facebook, 15.5 million on Twitter, and 24.7 million YouTube subscribers. Her TikTok subscribers only increase that number.

Beyoncé adds all of her music to TikTok

TikTok has recently become extremely popular across the U.S., yet it has raised questions about data protection.

ByteDance, the parent firm of the app, is based in China, which has some legislators and regulators concerned about where TikTok maintains user data and who has access to it.

Late last month, a member of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requested that Apple and Google remove the app from their app stores due to the issues.

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