From Fences’ Lesser Oceans LP, due October 14th. Directed by Jason Koenig & John Keatley. Written and Created by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Jason Koenig and Chris Mansfield.
‘Lesser Oceans’ available in stores and online October 14th. Pre-order on iTunes and receive instant downloads of “Arrows” (feat. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis) and “Songs About Angels” now.
Don’t go out like a sucker. Buy your show tickets from http://www.macklemore.com/shows.
Fourth single from The Heist gets a video. Directed by Ryan Lewis and Macklemore.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis receive “Best Video With A Social Message” award. Iggy Azalea and Lil Kim Present Best Hip-Hop Video to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis for “Can’t Hold Us”. Kanye West performs “Blood On The Leaves”. Pharrell, Daft Punk, and Nile Rodgers Present Best Female Video. Get More: 2013 VMA, Artists.MTV, Music, Justin Timberlake [cont.]
Major Lazer takes Mack and Ryan’s chart-topper…to the trap!
Mack and Ryan deliver this video from 2012′s excellent The Heist LP. The video is directed by Ryan Lewis, along with Jason Koenig and Jon Jon Augustavo. Ryan writes: It seems like when a music video comes out, the title that receives all of the credit and travels with a film is that of the [cont.]
Nardwuar interviews Macklemore & Ryan Lewis at SXSW 2013 in Austin, Texas. Also, Ryan Lewis didn’t know who Kriss Kross was two years ago.
Mack and Ryan did their thing on SNL this weekend, but what really caught our ears was this. highlight=%23F00000&logo=0&hideInfos=1&forcedQuality=hd1080″>
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis team up with the You Can Play Project in an effort to erase homophobia in sports, music and entertainment. Filmed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre February 1, 2013.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis sit down to meet with their new record exec (Paul Scheer). Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Get A Record Deal from Macklemore
Mack and Ryan rock lavish coats for their performance of “Thrift Shop” w/ The Roots on Jimmy Fallon.
Bow Wow puts work in today with the interviews, speaking with each Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Big Boi, and Swizz Beatz on 106 & Park.
Pretty bold material for mid-afternoon television. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ gay rights song is performed live on Ellen, complete with standing ovation. From The Heist, available now.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ stellar The Heist LP, performed well beyond expectations, which predicted to be in the 40,000-to-60,000 range, actually opening with 78,000 copies sold in it’s first week, released independently through Alternative Distribution Alliance. 83% of the sales were digital, helping it land that coveted number 1 spot on the Billboard 200 albums [cont.]
The story of Macklemore is pretty interesting. Here is a man, based in Seattle, completely removed from the hip-hop scenes of New York, Los Angeles, and down south, who hasn’t released an album in seven years, and then proceeds to open his first week on Billboard with around 60,000 sold, independently no less? We imagine [cont.]
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 [cont.]
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis prep their new LP, The Heist, for release this Tuesday, by providing a stream of the entire thing, courtesy of NPR. Check it out below. 1. Ten Thousand Hours 2. Can’t Hold Us (feat. Ray Dalton) 3. Thrift Shop (feat. Wanz) 4. Thin Line (feat. Buffalo Madonna) 5. Same Love (feat. [cont.]
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis stand up for gay marriage on “Same Love”, which comes from their new album, The Heist, hitting October 9th. Directed by Ryan Lewis, Jon Jon Augstavo, and Tricia Davis.
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