Last night, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis brought their show to The Observatory. Above, Mary Lambert joins them for “Same Love”. Join ’em at the “Thrift Shop” after the jump.
Prior to their recent
Last week, 79,000 fans purchased Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ debut,
In support of same-sex marriage and referendum 74 in Washington state, Mack and Ryan give life to their cause with a visual aid. Controversial topic, but the video is straight. Get it? Forget it. Their album The Heist drops next Tuesday.
Mack and Ryan are currently on their Heist World Tour. And last week, they filmed their performance in Amsterdam. Seems as if the crowd got their money’s worth.
Looking like a hip-hop Sabretooth, Macklemore rocked this week’s BET Backroom freestyle. Shout out to Kirk Franklin. Ha! Mack’s forthcoming album, The Heist drops October 9th. Preorder here.
The last time we spoke to Macklemore, he was accompanied by partner, Ryan Lewis. But this time Mack’s on his own and stopped by the Double R Mansion. He spoke on cracking the iTunes single charts, Miller Beer endorsement, collaborating with ScHoolboy Q, and the inner workings of his album The Heist.
Before the Seattle Mariners took on the Los Angeles Angels, Macklemore (with Ryan Lewis), threw out the first pitch at Safeco Field. On another note, the tandem’s album The Heist arrives October 9th and the packaging is fuckin’ awesome.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis go for broke (literally) and hit the Goodwill for their new visual aid. At least the video cost more than $20. Ha!
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis give new meaning to “popping tags” on this new track off their upcoming album, The Heist. The video drops tomorrow, but here’s what Mack has to say about the recording. I am the most prolific thrift shopper in the rap game right now. What Bob Barker is to the Price Is Right, I am to used fringe jackets.