It seems like everyone has been inspired by the viral Tik Tok video, including Mick Fleetwood. The world has become obsessed with Tik Tok user Nathan Apodaca who made a simple video of himself skateboarding to work, sipping cranberry juice, and jamming to some Fleetwood Mac. The video has been seem over 22 million times on Tik Tok, not to mention millions more on Instagram, Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter. People loved Apodaca's carefree vibes so much, fans began sending him money through CashApp, PayPal, and Venmo according to TMZ. Nathan Apodaca was introduced to Tik Tok by his two daughters according to The Tab. His videos are simple- him hanging out at work, at home, and a little high. The self-proclaimed pot smoker posts simple videos that people are loving which is how he has now amassed almost 2 million followers on his Tik Tok. Since then, he's a bonafide viral sensation, with thousands of people copying his video's feel-good vibes with their own versions. The best part for Fleetwood Mac is the way the song has surged in popularity. Streams of the song are up 89% and digital downloads are up nearly 375%. Now, one of the original members of Fleetwood Mac has gotten in on the fun and made his own "Dreams" Tik Tok challenge video. Mick Fleetwood, drummer and founding member of Fleetwood Mac, decided to grab his jug of cranberry juice, his skateboard (we assume), and record his own "Dreams" video. After making the video, Mick captioned the video saying that Nathan had it right, that "Dreams and cranberry just hits different." You can follow Mick Fleetwood now on Tik Tok.

@mickfleetwood@420doggface208 had it right. Dreams and Cranberry just hits different. ##Dreams ##CranberryDreams ##FleetwoodMac♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) - Fleetwood Mac

You can check out the original video by Apodaca below. With all the positive responses to his video, he's probably filled to the brim with those world peace vibes.

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