Why TikTok is at a crossroad and where it could go, To retire or to reinvent, that is the question for aging rock stars, CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices. Last month, Nathan "Doggface" Apodaca posted the video to his TikTok account showing him drinking the Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice to the tune of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" after his car broke down. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses. It is a priority for CBC to create a website that is accessible to all Canadians including people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges. This isn't the first time Dreams has seen a resurgence in popularity. 47 on Spotify's Top 50, No. 15 on Shazam's most-searched tracks. 2. Though simple in its execution, the 22-second video went viral and has since been viewed more than 69 million times on TikTok and Twitter. https://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/tiktok-fleetwood-mac-1.5752437 Earlier this year, Matthew Wilder's 1980s hit Break My Stride trended on TikTok, catapulting the song into Spotify's Viral 50 playlist and Apple Music's Top 100 chart. In a rather meta development to the heartwarming viral video of a man skateboarding down a freeway while drinking Ocean Spray juice and singing along with Stevie Nicks to Fleetwood Mac… Audience Relations, CBC P.O.

Fleetwood Mac’s classic song Dreams is riding a new wave on the charts after it was featured in a TikTok video that went viral and now a whole new generation of music fans are rediscovering an old act.

Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. The post soon racked up over 20 million views on the TikTok app, adding millions more when the footage was shared on Twitter. That instance saw the track jump to roughly two million streams and 2,000 download sales in the U.S. Idaho TikTok Star Who Sent Fleetwood Mac Sales Soaring Nathan Apodaca, 37, of Idaho Falls, recorded a laid-back video while riding a skateboard downhill … Comments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. That bump came primarily from 37-year-old Nathan Apodaca, an Idaho father of two and labourer at a potato warehouse. As of Tuesday morning, his version had more than 6 million views. "@420doggface208 had it right," Fleetwood wrote as the video's caption. That effect is even more powerful with tracks released in the more recent past. Dreams' time in the spotlight has done more than just help Fleetwood Mac. 21 in Apple's Top 100 and at No. In Canada, the song sits at No. After his video went viral, Apodaca received more than $10,000 US in donations once fans discovered he's been living in an RV with no running water. Closed Captioning and Described Video is available for many CBC shows offered on CBC Gem. The song gained 8.47 million streams in the U.S., up 125 per cent from the previous week, when it had 3.76 million. Around the same time, L'Trimm's Cars with the Boom — released in 1988 — made a huge comeback after it was featured in millions of videos on the app. Three years ago, it also saw a rebound in popularity when another track — The Chain — was used in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. Rumours, the album that Dreams first appeared on, has also moved up the Billboard 200 albums chart to 27. Though older songs can return to the spotlight in myriad ways, TikTok's emergence as a musical tastemaker has made it a popular platform for resurfacing previously released tracks. Comments are welcome while open. Billboard's report this week puts current download sales for Dreams at 7,000. More than 40 years since its original release, Fleetwood Mac’s Dreams is back on the charts, thanks to a viral video posted on TikTok. Box 500 Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6.

We reserve the right to close comments at any time. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments. Apodaca had earlier told the Los Angeles Times he was planning to spend part of the donated money on car repairs. Several days later, juice-maker Ocean Spray gifted Apodaca a truck, fully stocked with bottles of his favourite Cran-Raspberry drink. He had originally made the Dreams video while longboarding to work because his car battery had died. It has spawned numerous recreations, including one by the band's co-founder Mick Fleetwood, who created a TikTok account to join in. On Sept. 25, Apodaca ― who goes by @420doggface208 on TikTok ― posted footage of himself lip-syncing to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” while riding a skateboard and sipping from a bottle of Ocean Spray’s Cran-Raspberry juice. Rock band Paramore's 2009 track All I Wanted moved back into the spotlight after a TikTok trend earlier this summer and Canadian musician CARYS (Aviva Mongillo) saw her 2017 song Princesses Don't Cry become a viral sensation in late 2019 after it trended on the app. More than forty years since its original release, Fleetwood Mac's Dreams is back on the charts, thanks to a viral video posted on TikTok. TikTok video catapults Fleetwood Mac's Dreams back up the charts. On Sept. 25, Apodaca — under the TikTok handle 420doggface208 — shared a video in which he's seen longboarding down a highway, sipping from a bottle of Ocean Spray cranberry juice, with Dreams playing in the background. It's the first time the album been in the top 40 since 2013. "Dreams and cranberry just hits different.".

In March 2018, a widely circulated tweet in which the song was dubbed over footage of a college dance team performing on a track field pushed download sales for the song up 36 per cent. Lizzo's Truth Hurts was already two years old when it found fame on TikTok, catapulting the American singer to eight  nominations and three wins at the 2020 Grammys. To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities). Dreams, which was a chart-topper upon its release in 1977, had its best streaming week of all time in the week ending Oct. 1, according to Billboard. The Fleetwood Mac co-founder, 73, payed homage to Apodaca (@420doggface208) and the original TikTok "Dreams" craze with his carefree video Sunday, lipsyncing to …