Macklemore waves a rainbow flag in support of homosexuality acceptance with his new recording. Below, he issues a statement about the song.
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Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are globetrotting this fall with The Heist World Tour. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 20th. on macklemore.com. But wait there’s more. The duo plan to also release their independent debut, The Heist on October 9th. Stick up kids are out to tax.
Look. At. That. Crowd. Last weekend, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performed in Germany for the first time at the Splash Festival. The duo plan on returning to the country this September, as part of their Fall European tour.
This is a match made in heaven. For Miller’s new ad campaign, the beer maker licensed Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ track, “Can’t Hold Us“. Raise your hands and glasses: it’s Miller Time, bitch!
shot: the dark nyte | canon eos 60d Prior to XXL’s Freshman Live Concert two nights ago, we caught up with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. The Seattle natives spoke on life after the Bowery Ballroom, their excellent stage show, hip-hop scene in The Emerald City, and remaining independent as fuck. Photos after the jump.
Fresh off his stellar performance last night at the XXL Freshmen concert, Macklemore releases his new video in support of the last track of the magazine’s mixtape. This clip is great. It’s basically a highlight reel of Mac and Ryan’s travels. And from the looks of it, they’re having a damn good time.
While Macklemore was on his Fall Tour last year, he chopped it up with the folks over at Beats By Dre’s viral department. Along with Ryan Lewis, he spoke on his formative years, Shark Face Gang, and upcoming album.