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Who is CG5 and where does his viral TikTok sound come from? “I can't stop watching”

TikTokers use this viral sound to declare that they are exactly who other users think they are.

The sound comes from musician Charlie Green (@CG5beats). Green already had a large following before the sound went viral, but the audio's success has launched him into a whole new subsection of TikTok.

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“Everyone told me I look like CG5. Probably because I'm CG5,” said @CG5beats in the video.

This video went viral, receiving over 22 million views and 2.6 million likes, and is the source for over 85,000 videos.

Some celebrities use the tone to confirm their identity when they are told that they look like a famous person.

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“The day people stop saying I look like the girl from Hereditary will be the day I stop making TikToks about it,” said Milly Shapiro (@millyshaparoni).

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“Everyone tells me I look like Suzie from Stranger Things,” wrote @gabriella.pizzolo_.

Aside from people in the entertainment industry, regular TikTokers also use audio to confirm what people are saying about them.

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“Everyone tells me I look like my dad. Probably because I'm his kid,” said @steyeuh.

It was clear that @steyeuh seemed upset by this statement and people in the comments could relate.

“Everyone tells me I look like my mom… probably because I'm her kid,” @helenna10 replied.

Whether famous or not, TikTokers have had a lot to say about it in recent weeks.

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