He was joined by other rappers across the nation who participated in protests and spoke out against the result in Ferguson.
Macklemore probably got the outfit he’s wearing on the show at the thrift shop.
The twinkly song and sprawling video conjure an approximate sense of the past via mid-’00s indie rock via Wes Anderson soundtrack.
Have you been trying to get more followers on Instagram? You could probably get a few pointers from Macklemore’s cat…
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have made a name for themselves over the past two years with their 2012 debut album The Heist and singles “Thrift Shop,” “Can’t Hold Us” and “Same Love.” But despite being nominated for countless GRAMMYs and winning Best New Artist, Best Rap Album for The Heist and Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for “Thrift Shop” at the GRAMMY Awards this year, many still don’t know what one-half of the group does.
Would you recognize Ryan Lewis if he wasn’t standing next to Macklemore?
In an apology letter he posted to his website, Macklemore states he never meant to dress like a “Jewish stereotype.”
Macklemore has come under fire — and hey, it’s not for something he rapped this time — after a recent performance that saw him don a costume while rapping breakthrough single “Thrift Shop.”
Macklemore is now in hot water with those who found his appearance at a recent show to be offensive to the Jewish community.
“Yes, I’m grateful that I lived,” Julie Lewis, who is HIV positive, says. “But I want to do something to honor all those people that we love dearly who died along the way.”