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Uh-oh, take note, it’s one of those times when the industry is going to go into uproar on some, “how could we let this happen?!?!” shit. That is, when an indie act blows up “from out of nowhere”. Seattle’s Macklemore has been putting it down for sometime now, and it looks like his grind is finally paying off, with his new LP with Ryan Lewis, The Heist. The album is set to be the biggest debut on the Billboard 200 albums chart next week, set to start with over 65,000 copies sold. The true number of sales will be revealed on the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 17. Look for our review of The Heist coming soon.

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4 Responses to "Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ “The Heist” To Make Huge Billboard Debut"
  • KC says:

    Of all people, the high school girl I tutor put me on to them just this week. Some song about a thrift shop, which is borderline corny but has an ill horn loop. If someone put it on in the car, I’d listen to it. Maybe Spotify. Probably won’t buy it.

  • Bronson72 says:

    Good for Macklemore. Dudes been doin his thing for a minute now. Glad to see him get his shine.

  • Model Citizen says:

    I don’t like anything I’ve ever heard from Macklemore at all. His music is often corny and always boring, I just don’t get the appeal. I saw him live once too and wasn’t the slightest bit impressed.

  • Model Citizen says:

    Nice fucking pink shirt and bolo tie in that picture too Macklemore.

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