Founder of the legendary band Fleetwood Mac, Mick Fleetwood, recreated the viral video of Nathan Apodaca — aka @doggface208. He recorded himself drinking a jug of cranberry juice on a skateboard, vibing out to “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac.
“@420doggface208 had it right. Dreams and Cranberry just hits different,” Fleetwood captioned the video.
The band’s official Twitter also gave their approval of the song, quoting his video and tweeting, “We love this!”
Apodaca’s video had recently gone viral with the original video seeing over 22.2 million views on TikTok and over four million likes. On Twitter, Nathan posted the original video and it now has over six million views and over 400,000 likes.
Because of his video, the band’s most popular song streams have doubled — and then some. The music analytic platform, Alpha Data, reported that the song clocked in about 490,000 streams per day. After Apodaca’s video, the song’s average listens per day jumped to over one million streams a day. Sales for the song have tripled, increasing to 184% over a weekend. Spotify, Apple Music and Shazam have all reported a spike in streams and Shazams.
In the same weekend, Spotify reported that 15% of streams for Stevie Nick’s music were first-time listeners, which is 50% above average. All of this is suggesting a new generation is finding solace in the band’s music.