Entertainment Mick Fleetwood Recreates Viral Cranberry Juice 'Dreams' TikTok Video
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is getting in on the latest social trends.
On Sunday, the 73-year-old musician joinedand recreated a viral video set to famous 1977 hit, "Dreams."
Originally posted in September by TikTok user Nathan Apodaca, who goes byon the app, the video finds Apodaca drinking cranberry juice as he skates around to the popular track. The has since gone viral, garnering more than 21 million views and 4 million likes.
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Now, the Fleetwood Mac drummer and band co-founder has joined in on the fun, captioning, "Dreams and Cranberry just hits different."
Prior to Fleetwood's recreation of the viral TikTok, the official Fleetwood Mac Twitter account reacted to Apodaca's video shortly after it was posted.
"We love this," the band wrote at the time alongside aof the TikTok star's video.
We love this!— Fleetwood Mac (@fleetwoodmac)
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According to, the band's No. 1 hit experienced a spike in sales and streams in the days following the posting of Apodaca's viral clip.
For the three-day period of Sept. 25 to Sept. 27, the track gained 2.9 million on-demand U.S. streams and 3,000 digital download sales, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, the outlet reported.
Apocada recently spoke toabout the viral video, which came about after his car broke down on the way to work one morning.
"My car, it just shuts off sometimes,” he told the outlet. "The battery, I don’t know what it is, just shuts off. I always have my longboard in there, in case I run out of gas or something."
Detailing that he jumped on his alternative mode of transport and would figure out his car situation after work, Apocada then said that he was riding past the location seen in the viral clip when he decided it would be "perfect for a video."
Alongside his "Dreams" inspired video, Apocada also shares a slew of other feel-good videos that feature him skating and dancing. His clips have featured songs by other artists, including him dancing to Dee Dee Sharp's "Mashed Potato Time" as well as A-ha's "Take on Me."
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The challenge started on TikTok, where a skateboarding video set to "Dreams" by Fleetwood Mac has gone viralOn Thursday, Cox, 56, shared a clip of herself taking on the popular trend on rollerblades.