Viral TikTok longboarder Doggface, aka Nathan Apodaca, joined Snoop Dogg, War and Grammy-nominated producer Klypso, aka Joseph Mourad, to release “Low Rider”—the classic re-envisioned as a stoner anthem—on April 20.
The star-studded music video features Cheech and Chong, George Lopez, Princess Love and Dr. Miami, doing exactly what you’d expect. A clip of the video was released on March 20, a month before the whole track is released. The song’s mellow vibe seems to go hand-in-hand with the pleasures of the cannabis lifestyle.
It’s a dream fulfilled for the Idaho native who now boasts over 7 million followers on TikTok. In 2020, Doggface’s video featuring Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” broke the internet, and the band’s 1977 classic soared to number one on iTunes in October 2020. It was as though everyone forgot how badass Fleetwood Mac was until Doggface reminded us all. Even Mick Fleetwood recreated the scene.
How did the original TikTok video happen? His car wouldn’t start that day, and for some reason, Doggface just decided to be positive about it, longboarding to work—cran-raspberry juice in hand—and made a TikTok with one of his favorite songs. His fame came quickly and unexpectedly. He creates content and makes deals on the daily now, but never rapped until now.
“This is stuff that I dream about,” Doggface told High Times. “You know what I mean?” High Times connected with Doggface shortly after he first blew up in 2020.
If Doggface could travel five years into the past, he probably wouldn’t expect to be rapping alongside Snoop Dogg. “You talk about this,” he said. “In 2017, I had no idea I’d be doing any of this right now. I thought I’d be in the warehouse. Slaving away. So you know what I mean, ‘til retirement, I …
Author: Benjamin M. Adams / High Times