Viral "Dreams" Meme Creator Joins Biden Inauguration Parade

Viral 'Dreams' Meme Creator Joins Biden Inauguration Parade
Nathan Apodaca — the TikTok user who helped Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" skyrocket on streaming charts 43 years after its release — has been recruited for an appearance at Joe Biden's presidential inauguration ceremony.

As TMZ reports, the Idaho-based skateboarder is set to make an appearance in Wednesday's virtual parade after bringing the most chill of vibes to 2020, the year that everyone wanted to forget. Biden's team reportedly want to involve Apodaca because they were impressed by his "humble response to the immense worldwide reaction to his video."

Last fall, the Cran-Raspberry sipping phenom garnered the attention of Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, Canadian NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and more for his uplifting video. Since gaining viral fame, the internet personality contracted COVID-19 on his seemingly endless appearance circuit, but he has since recovered. 

Apodaca is among several notable figures set to make an appearance at the January 20 ceremony, including New Radicals, who are reuniting for the first time in 22 years to perform their hit "You Get What You Give" at the "Parade Across America."