Last night, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis lit up David Letterman’s stage with a performance of “Can’t Hold Us”. Seems like it got the crowd going. Cop The Heist here.
With all the recent success, the labels are after Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. And in their Funny Or Die skit, the indie duo get persuaded to go major. Fuck a name change. All they wanted was a free lunch.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis were in Park City, Utah on Friday for the Sundance Film Festival. Here’s an amateur clip of them performing America’s #1 song “Thrift Shop”. Below, “Can’t Hold Us”.
This is fuckin’ awesome. After going platinum
The Heist is a fitting title for Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ official debut. Seemingly in broad daylight, hip-hop’s independent contractors infiltrated Main Street, made their demands, and robbed critics blind with big budget hits and honest transparency. Anchored entirely by Ryan Lewis’ sonic boom, Macklemore begins their caper with “Ten Thousand Hours” and follows up with the irresistible, “Can’t Hold Us”. He spills his guts on cuts like “Neon Cathedral”, “Make The Money”, “Starting Over”) but still manages to not take […]
Christmas is a few days away and instead of hitting a major department store, Macklemore took MTV to the local thrift shop. Of course, the trip was inspired by his lead single “Thrift Shop” which is off his debut,
Last night, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis brought their “Thrift Shop” to the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon show with The Roots. If you haven’t yet, add The Heist to your shopping cart today. Later on today, B.Dot will be hosting their YouTube concert at 4PM ET.