Mick Fleetwood has recreated a viral TikTok video made by one of his fans.
Last week, a video went hugely viral of a man, later identified as Nathan Apodaca, skateboarding down an expressway while guzzling Ocean Spray juice directly from the bottle and vibing along to Fleetwood Mac's 1977 hit "Dreams."
After the legendary group caught wind of the video, it posted it to Twitter.
"We love this!" the caption read alongside the 25-second clip of Nathan, who goes by the username doggface208.
Over the weekend, Mick got in on the action, as he filmed a video of himself listening to "Dreams" while skating through a garden and drinking Ocean Spray.
"@doggface208 had it right," he wrote alongside his TikTok recreation. "Dreams and Cranberry just hits different."
Mick even told Nathan that he'd be interested in recreating the video together once the coronavirus pandemic is over.
In a chat with TMZ last week, Nathan detailed how the video came to be, indicating his car broke down on the way to work, something that apparently often occurs, as his car has over 300,000 miles on it. Rather than panic, Nathan grabbed his longboard, which he always keeps in the car for this exact instance. With his broken-down car on the side of the road in Idaho Falls, Idaho, Nathan filmed the video en route to work.
The video exploded in popularity and many people soon heard Nathan's story (he lives in an RV in his brother's driveway and has no running water). Fans quickly started donating to Nathan via money-sharing apps, and as of last week he'd gotten over $10,000 from strangers. He planned to surprise his mom with $5,000, and planned to use the rest for a new car.
Not only did Nathan's video touch many on social media, it also sparked interest in Fleetwood Mac's 43-year-old song. Apple said it saw a 221 percent increase in streams of "Dreams" following the viral video. It also made its way onto Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs Chart, currently sitting at No. 24.