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Oh No No No TikTok Sound Effect Download

Social media platforms like TikTok have popularized certain sound effects.

Each of them comes from various places—movies, shows, memes, and more.

One of the most popular sound effects on TikTok is the “Oh no no no” or “Oh no, oh no” sound effect.

When a sound effect is trending on TikTok, you can add it to your video for more views.

TikTok typically gives more visibility to videos utilizing trending sounds or effects.

You can also add the sound effect to your YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat, or Twitter video.

This article contains the Oh No No No TikTok sound effect download (MP3) by Capone and where did the sound come from.

Where does the Oh No TikTok sound come from?

The Oh No TikTok sound comes from the hip-hop song, “Oh No” by Capone.

Kiam Akasi Holley, known as Capone, is an American rapper.

 The sound is a sample of Shangri La’s song “Walkin’ In The Sand”.

Many TikTok users use the song in videos where people or animals are about to get hurt.

However, the video cuts right as they are about to get hurt while the “Oh No” sound effect plays.

Oh No No No TikTok Sound Effect Download

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Description: Oh No No No MP3 sound effect from TikTok.

To download the audio, click on the three dots and select “Download”.

The audio is in MP3 format which is a compressed digital audio file.

You can use it in your YouTube, TikTok, Instagram video, etc. without copyright.

It’s royalty-free, no credit needed, and free to use.

If Download 1 is not working, try using Download 2 instead.

Download 1 is suitable for desktop users while Download 2 is for mobile users.

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