Mick Fleetwood, Fleetwood Mac’s co-founder, joined TikTok this weekend to acknowledge a fan’s viral video that makes use of one of many band’s greatest hits.
Final week, Nathan Apodaca, who goes by @420doggface208 on TikTok, posted a 22-second clip final week of himself driving a skateboard as he lip-synced to “Goals” from Fleetwood Mac’s seminal 1977 album, “Rumours.” By Monday afternoon, the video had been seen greater than 22 million instances on TikTok and had racked up over 23 million views on Twitter.
Shortly after becoming a member of TikTok on Sunday, Fleetwood supplied up a devoted recreation of Apodaca’s video as his debut put up. The musician’s model confirmed him equally touring by a distant space with “Goals” as his backing observe. He additionally sipped from a bottle of Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice, simply as Apodaca did within the unique clip.
“Goals and Cranberry simply hits completely different,” he wrote within the accompanying caption.
Apodaca’s video has prompted a resurgence of curiosity in “Goals,” which first topped the charts 43 years in the past. Based on Billboard, the music racked up 2.9 million on-demand streams between Sept. 25 and 27, a rise of 88.7% from the prior three-day interval.
The music additionally lands at No. 24 on Rolling Stone’s chart of prime 100 songs within the U.S. this week, forward of recent songs by Diplo and Machine Gun Kelly, amongst different artists.
Apparently, the web has prompted “Goals” to rebound earlier than. In 2018, the music hit the highest 20 on Billboard’s rock music chart after showing in a viral meme that confirmed a girls’s shade guard squad at Mississippi’s Alcorn State College dancing to the music. “Goals” had truly been layered on to preexisting footage that initially featured a marching band taking part in Everlasting’s 1993 hit, “Keep.”
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