Nearly two years after going viral with his charming TikTok video set to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams,” Nathan “Doggface” Apodaca makes his rapping debut alongside Snoop Dogg on Grammy-nominated producer Klypso’s new single “Low Rider.”

A reimagining of War’s 1975 funk classic—which served as the theme song for the 2000s sitcom George Lopez—the track arrives with an accompanying music video that features cameos from George Lopez, Cheech and Chong, Princess Love, and Dr. Miami, among others.

TMZ reports the visual cost $300,000 to produce, with $100,000 going directly to Snoop for his appearance in the video.

“They were both a manifestation born from a couch. I wanted to bring them all together with War to officially remake the all-time classic ‘Low Rider’ and produce my first music video with all of them alongside Cheech and Chong and George Lopez,” Klypso said of the song and video. 

Apodaca became an online phenomenon in 2020 after posting a TikTok of himself skateboarding down an Idaho highway while drinking Ocean Spray cranberry juice and the Fleetwood Mac hit song playing.

Not long after the clip went viral, Ocean Spray gifted Apodaca a brand new truck full of his beloved Cran-Saspberry flavored juice. The viral star later put together a selection of songs for a “Songs to Skate To” TIDAL playlist, featuring “Dreams” and countless other great tracks.

Watch the music video for “Low Rider” up top, and stream the song now on all major platforms.