Macklemore and Ryan Lewis link up again for the visual of “Kevin” which also features Leon Bridges!
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis had a very hot streak a few years back, they first appeared on the music scene with their independent singles “Can’t Hold Us”, “One Love”, and of course, “Thrift Shop”. However massive these songs were, they duo fell back under the radar, leaving many to believe that his career may have already peaked. But alas, here we are as they drop their new album This Unruly Mess I’ve Made. Loaded with big features like YG, Ed Sheeran, and Chance The Rapper, and lead by singles “Downtown” & “Need To Know”, this project really shows that this duo doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
This is a cool collab I honestly never thought of before. Chance The Rapper makes some super dope contributions for “Need To Know,” a track that will be on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis‘ album This Unruly Mess I’ve Made.
Brand new video from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Leon Bridges called “Kevin.”
This is super
Fences releases the official video to “Arrows” featuring Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Fences upcoming album, Lesser Oceans, is scheduled to drop on October 14th. Check out the official video above.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis stop over to the Ellen show where they talked about planning a performance, taking home a few Grammys, and emerging from the indie scene to doing it big. Check out the video of the interview with the Grammy winners below.
After sweeping the hip-hop categories during the 2014 Grammy Awards, Macklemore took to Hot 97 to reveal his sentiment that Kendrick made a better rap album than he did. He revealed to listeners who were probably were unaware of the Grammy voting process, that it the Grammy committee who is often ill-informed on the hip-hop genre who voted his album, “The Heist” for best album because of the circulation his name received. Not because the work was better. The interview came after Macklemore posted a picture of a text message conversation he had with Kendrick this morning, where Macklemore personally tells Kendrick he believed Good Kid, Maad City should have won. Either way the thought Macklemore expressed towards the end of the interview was solid. Its one award. “Just a Grammy” as it was stated. Its also worth noting that none of the hip-hop categories were aired on television during the awards show. Kinda weird seen as hip-hop is now the driving force of pop music nowadays. Anyway, check out the interview below.
Macklemore sits down with Charlamagne to discuss Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Control”, features, the MTV VMA’s and more. Check out the interveiw here