“Underneath it’s all the same love.”
The collaboration with Ryan Lewis is, not surprisingly, all about being misunderstood.
He’s NOT impressed by Macklemore’s rap Grammys.
He’s the guy with the laptop, right?
During a surprise performance in Seattle on Friday night, Macklemore dressed up in an outfit seen by some as a collection of offensive Jewish stereotypes. Update: Macklemore has released an extended statement on his blog addressing the incident.
Kim Kardashian kicks things off with a photo of herself during her senior year of high school, while Macklemore showed off an insanely cute photo of him as a child. Welcome back to #ThrowbackThursday!
Ariana Grande, Jason Derulo, and Macklemore are using squawking, klezmer-like loops to win over the world. Here’s why it works.
It’s like a public service announcement or something I guess.
No crying on Sundays — or any other day of the week for that matter.
Now in trading cards! You’ve already dated these types — the bad boys, the sensitive souls, the one-night stands. Collect ‘em all.
To put it bluntly, he thought this apology was “Wack as Fuck.”
It speaks directly to my soul.
“If you ain’t gay, then gay things shouldn’t bother you,” he said.
Joe’s giving Macklemore a real run for his money.
The female voice on Macklemore’s “Same Love” is Mary Lambert, the poet/songwriter who has come out of a dark past into a very bright future. All facts from her website, MaryLambertSings.com.
Be honest, and don’t just try to avoid getting Macklemore.
His name is Bizzle and he’s upset that gay people think of themselves “the new black.”
With “Same Love,” Macklemore has been accused of pandering to the LGBT community, but his songs about a more personal struggle reflect an emotional honesty that’s hard to ignore.
Quick cutaways of the on-air wedding during Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ performance of “Same Love” left some wondering if CBS intentionally avoided showing the couples — some of whom were same-sex couples — kissing.
Oh, that backwards baseball cap — that’s hella tight.
A lot of people cried, others just cringed.
It’s not such a bad thing, really.
The night belonged to Beyoncé and Jay Z. And the robots.
Queen Latifah officiated the weddings, which included same-sex couples, during the pair’s gay rights anthem, “Same Love.” Lewis’ sister was among the people who got married.
Macklemore posted a photo of a text conversation with “Kendrick Real” Sunday before the Grammys.
The duo aims to make “the ultimate statement of equality” during the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, reports The New York Times.
It was a big year for Beyoncé, Drake, and others, but none of them topped the Billboard chart in 2013. Album sales, however, tell a more complicated story.
To promote their upcoming Grammy performance, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hit up a New York City bus for a special surprise performance of their hit single “Can’t Hold Us.” Some people think it was staged, but it’s a fun concept regardless.
Not the best. The most important.