Nathan Apodaca, better known as “Dogface”, and even as the skateboarding Fleetwood Mac Cranberry Juice, performed his “Dreams” songs by none other than Stevie Nick, according to TMZ Refusing to license for a new song, refusing to. Currently a commercial venture is being created by Viral Video Star.
The Dogface team is preparing to sell clips of it while enjoying Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice and skating while listening to “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac, which went viral as NXT last year. But since the Knicks didn’t sign their songs being used in this way, it would be sold without music (and the Ocean Spray logo digitally blurred from the bottle) – with an initial bid of $ 500,000.
This may sound like a lot, but NXTs have been booming lately and no one can really say what the value of a particular piece could be, as investors and collectors feel feverish, The reason is that they have to spend millions of dollars on digital goods. They use the blockchain as a one-of-a-kind token that cannot be offered directly for cash, but can be traded like a painting or any other collectible, and appears to be in any Many people with a kind of public profanity are trying to cash in on the trend.
Nick was not interested, however, even though he was offered half the proceeds of the sale. Dogface says he is humiliated by the move, because (as he watches it) his video was responsible for a large spike in Fleetwood Mac’s popularity among a younger audience, many of whom made it through the video for the first time Had discovered his music.
With no music and the Ocean Spray logo, it remains to be seen if Dogface’s $ 500,000 bid for NXT will begin. But if it does, Dogface can be proud of setting such a high value for its own work without the help of Fleetwood Mac – and perhaps missing Stevie Nux on such an easy payday Will regret having.