Cassian Baliarsingh

If you are an Instagram user, you might have come across the viral ‘Moye Moye’ trend that has taken social media by storm. Instagram is filled with hilarious videos with the song. Well, the viral song originated from a Serbian song.

The song first went viral on TikTok and subsequently on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Basically, the hit song is sung as ‘Moye More’, but social media users know it as ‘Moye Moye’ due to its huge popularity after a video went viral. The song was officially released by the name ‘Dzanum’ by Serbian singer-songwriter Teya Dora.

The catchy melody has now amassed millions of views on YouTube. As per sources, the lyrics of the song hint at anguish, despair, and nightmares. However, social media users have turned it into funny memes as the tone of the song is mostly humorous, with elements of laughter and enjoyment.

The viral videos on the song, are mostly about one person who is devoid of a body part. But when someone points out and realizes the missing hand or leg, the rest of the characters break into ‘Moye Moye’.

The trend went viral in India, especially after India was defeated in the World Cup Final. After the heartbreaking match, the trend skyrocketed with netizens sharing more heartbreaking videos of the loss.

The original song was released in March 2023 and the chorus translates to ‘My nightmares’. The hit track was written by Teya Dora in collaboration with Serbian rapper Slobodan Velkovic Coby.


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