“Hello TikTok, we have joined your world,” the frontman says from the recording studio in his introductory clip. “You can follow up @therollingstones and @jagger. So excited to see what you create with our music. Use #TheRollingStones so we can check it out…Oww!”
The Stones jumping on the TikTok bandwagon also means their entire catalog of hits will now officially be made available for TikTok users to stitch, lip-synch and otherwise create with on the social platform via the Sounds page. To mark the occasion, the band curated a special playlist on TikTok featuring 44 of their songs, including “Start Me Up,” “It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (But I Like It),” “Miss You,” “Angie,” “Beast of Burden” and more.
As of press time, Jagger’s personal account has amassed more than 58,000 followers. The band’s official TikTok page, meanwhile, has begun posting old interviews from the 1960s as well as tutorials for fans to learn how to “Dress Like the Stones,” “Move Like the Stones” and perform a famous Keith Richards guitar chop.
Back in November, Jagger was spotted on social media in the studio with Dua Lipa, possibly hinting at a collab between the rock legend and the pop star, though nothing has been confirmed in the months since.
Watch Jagger get down to “Sympathy for the Devil” in his first TikTok video below.