Ever wanted to see Mick Fleetwood recreate a viral video? What if that video were to see him cruising down the road, singing along to his own band's hit song 'Dreams' while chugging a bottle of juice? Well, you're in luck:
Millions of people around the world have seen the viral video of Nathan Apodaca (aka doggface208), in which he skateboards along the road, sipping on some cranberry juice and miming cheerfully to Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams'.
The clip circulated all over social media last week, emanating enough good vibes to be dubbed 'the mood that we all need right now'.
But now it appears the video has grabbed the attention of one member from Fleetwood Mac - drummer and band leader Mick Fleetwood. The 73-year-old was so taken with Nathan's vibe that he joined TikTok to recreate the clip.
He captioned the video: "@420doggface208 had it right. Dreams and Cranberry just hits different."
Naturally, Nathan shared the clip to his Twitter account, thanking the rock veteran for the tribute and adding: "Beyond blessed @fleetwoodmac @MickFleetwood thanks for steady vibin."
Nathan has been overwhelmed with the response to his video and was shocked when generous strangers pledged more than $10,000 to his bank account.
He says the money raised will help him buy a new RV, as his current one (which he also lives in) hasn't had running water for some time.
The money, which has been received through PayPal, Cash App and Venmo, will help him find somewhere to cook food, clean, and - well - you can imagine what else.
I just wanna thank everyone who took the time to drop a line and dollar you have no idea how much this means to me an I'm glad I can make bring so many smiles,Steady Vibin everyone :vulcan:
- *BLAZIN*4*1*NATION* (@doggface208) September 29, 2020
Interestingly, the short video of a dude skateboarding, drinking cranberry juice and vibing to 'Dreams' has seen the legendary song shoot back up the charts.
According to Rolling Stone, the track usually clocks up around 490,000 streams a day, but just a few days after Nathan's clip hit the headlines, that figure shot up to an average a million times a day.
Sales of the song have also increased by an incredible 184 percent from 26 to 28 September, while Spotify revealed the number of streams of 'Dreams' had increased by 127 percent. And on top of that, it's also recorded a 242 percent boost in the number of first-time listeners.
Strong vibes all round.
Featured Image Credit: Mick Fleetwood/TikTok