Someone tweeted about a song from the 1970s and now it’s back in the Billboard charts

Someone tweeted about a song from the 1970s and now it’s back in the Billboard charts

A video of a dance troupe showing to carry out to Fleetwood Mac’s “Goals,” has helped the track re-enter the Billboard charts greater than 40 years after it was launched.

“Goals,” which topped the charts in 1977, is the backdrop to the video of a efficiency by the Alcorn Golden Women, dancers on the Alcorn State College, a school in Mississippi. The track is now at quantity 14 on the Scorching Rock Songs chart and has had 1.9 million streams, after a tweet posted by a consumer with the deal with @bottledfleet went viral.

“Fleetwood Mac’s music is so boring, you may’t even dance to it,” the tweeter wrote. “Me, an mental:” it continued, forward of the submit of the video.

The tweeter solely has 2,400 or so followers, however the video posted has been watched greater than 6 million instances, and retweeted greater than 140,000 instances.

However evidently the unique video, posted on the Golden Women’ Instagram web page final month, confirmed them performing to the marching band taking part in “Keep” by the 1990s group Everlasting, in response to a Washington Submit report, and @bottledfleet had merely layered the Fleetwood Mac track excessive.

On Thursday, @bottledfleet credited the Golden Women dance troupe and its chief Elexis Wilson, however did not point out the unique track.

“Goals” is Fleetwood Mac’s solely primary hit on the Billboard Scorching 100, reaching the highest spot on June 18, 1977. “Do not Cease” additionally did effectively in the identical 12 months, hitting quantity two.

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