CTRL Interviews Ryan Lewis

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Inside Engine Room Studios, CTRL caught up with Renaissance man, Ryan Lewis. In part one of their inaugural interview series, Ryan speaks on life after selling over 10 million records and VMA wins.

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  • JustMyOpinion

    10 million? Word? Is that overall or just one record/album?

  • JustMyOpinion

    ^ My bad I was thinking of Ryan Leslie. Not the “Hip-Hop for people who don’t listen to Hip-Hop” guy. My bad.

  • Strong Johnson

    They stay posting about these guys. Foh wit this pop-hop

  • unknwn

    everybody low-key hating on him and mack but they making dope music with a message. Not just doing it to do it

  • mac DIESEL

    DAMN, HE DIDN’T TALK ABOUT THEIR MASCOT, B.DOT!!!! BUMMER!!!!

    ………HA!!!! U LIGHT UP THAT CIGAR YET, HOMO???

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • mac DIESEL

    ^ My bad I was thinking of Ryan Leslie. Not the “Hip-Hop for people who don’t listen to Hip-Hop” guy. My bad.

    ^

    ……………HA!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • doubleO

    i dont know why everyone hates these cats. i think its the airplay?

    • Sam Robilotta

      Jealousy and can’t look past the skin color.

  • Carolyne1JBurgess

    uptil I looked at the bank draft four $7243, I didnt believe that…my… friend could actualy bringing home money parttime from their laptop.. there great aunt has been doing this less than 6 months and just cleard the depts on there villa and bourt a great Mercedes. Extra resources http://jobfly.biz/?1=bo0356

  • zeee

    I love white people. They have come to save hip hop and not give it back.

  • Gregb

    Ryan Lewis is a brilliant music and music video producer. The Heist is one of those albums with all interestingly good songs. Macklemore writes great rap lyrics. Some of the comments below are offensive. I don’t understand why these people would feel negatively about Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. One is a homophobe so I guess he doesn’t believe in equal rights except for select groups of people. Another believes that Rap belongs to Black people. If you have seen Macklemore and Ryan Lewis live you would know their strong relationship with Black people. They would probably be the first to acknowledge the strong lead Blacks often take in directing cultural trends, especially in music. The fact that Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have been commercially successful with plenty of radio airplay is due to their hard work and great creations and is amazing since they have done it independently. This is a good interview with Ryan Lewis. What a musical / creative genius he is. Please don’t be so immature and negative about them. You don’t have to like their music but have respect for those who try.

    • Sam Robilotta

      Amen

  • Christopher