Tiktok has been probably the saving grace of this pandemic but following Caribbean TikTokers…even better. From impersonations to music to food/culture – like Machel said – the vybez cyan done and honestly in this “pandemonium” need as much as vibes as we can get. Of course, this is not the end of all and extent of #CaribbeanTikTok but this is who I’ve been KML (killing myself laughing) at with every play of their TikToks. So here are 20 Caribbean TikTokers You Should Be Following (or persons who enjoy the culture) especially during this panera.
20 Caribbean TikTokers To Follow For The Culture
Quick Tip: When searching for Caribbean TikTokers use the hashtag #CaribbeanTikTok or hashtag the island/nation with TikTok after it (i.e. #BahamianTikTok).
Maradona aka The Millennial Island Gyal is all about Bahamian culture, things to do in the Bahamas and all about that salt life.
aka CEO of Soca is a soca enthusiast creates videos about everything soca/carnival and Caribbean culture.
Darren is a wining/dancing specialist and has waaaaist for days. He posts *fire* dancing TikToks to soca/dancehall as well as challenges. Make sure check out his #silhouettechallenge .
Where my Trinis at? Dani is a Caribbean TikToker who is hilariousssssssss; if you’re not following her you “rellllll” missing out. I especially love her TikToks about growing up in a Trini household.
DJ Day Day is based in the UK. I recently followed and his soca and dancehall mixes take win! I haven’t heard anyone mix like him in a little while now. Go follow.
If you live in the Florida area or visit; EatNCultures has literally visited A LOT of Caribbean restaurants/eateries as well as other types of food. Another go to for not only Caribbean food but culture as well.
Jeaiza aka TikTok’s Caribbean Aunty gives advice about running a small business and life in general in her wonderful VI accent.
A West Indian foodie shares TikTok videos about food, travel tips and Caribbean living, culture.
Jel is an international soca DJ from Trinidad and has Caribbean TikToks based on the latest soca music, carnival/soca facts and Caribbean culture/trending topics.
Another Caribbean TikToker from Trinidad based in the US talks pivotal topics in the Caribbean community and Caribbean culture as well.
Larissa is a socaholic…TRULY. She currently has this TikTok alphabet series naming soca songs for every letter of the alphabet. It is truly fascinating and brings back so much memories with the songs she chooses. A must follow for soca-heads.
A Trini Carnival make up QUEEN. Get ready to book whenever carnival returns.
Martine is probably the reason I resumed making TikToks after her #putyobackinitchallenge video.
I love Caribbean TikTokers and I love Cat TikTok so imagine my delight when I came across a Trini cat and her Mum based in the UK. The videos are HILARIOUS – instant follow!
aka Roch and Mumma Rose is good vibes all around. Their account is pure Caribbean family vibes and Mumma got moves!
Another Caribbean TikToker and Trini cook sharing Caribbean and conventional dishes. Anything related to Caribbean food (for me) gets an instant follow!
In the spirt of food, Spiced Roots is a must follow. They showcase Caribbean cooking from baked mac n cheese to rice and peas. Based in the UK.
Jenny is an all around content creator based in the Dominican Republic. Check out her travel and culture TikToks.
TrinCiti Roti Shop is a restaurant in Queens, NY that posts their specialty – Trinidadian food.
Bahamian animator Vijay creates REALLY excruciatingly FUNNY animations/skits based on Bahamian culture/society and Caribbean culture/accents.
I hope you enjoyed this blog post as much as I enjoyed compiling it. Even now, I can’t stop laughing. I just love how non curated and pure the content is especially from our Caribbean TikTokers. Make sure to download the app and follow me too so we can laugh, dance and cry together.