The Seattle-native rapper was spotted marching with other protesters Monday night.
The collaboration with Ryan Lewis is, not surprisingly, all about being misunderstood.
He’s the guy with the laptop, right?
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.
A lot of people cried, others just cringed.
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.
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.
Macklemore might not like getting high anymore, but the college kids in the crowd at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night sure did.
With a little help from the Mack, Danielle pulls off this perfectly timed proposal to her girlfriend. Update: Danielle has started a Change.org petition after her wife was kicked out of college for being gay.
The Seattle hip-hop duo are blowing up right now and for good reason. Here’s a primer for the uninitiated.
The indie rap phenoms behind the viral hit “Thrift Shop” obviously like bargain shopping, but did you know they also love pizza parties?
This one goes out to all the hipsters in the house! “I wear your grandad’s clothes. I look incredible.”
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, two Seattle-based hip hop artists, partnered with Music For Marriage Equality campaign and Sub Pop to release a new track (‘Same Love’) that addresses same-sex marriage and stigmas of being gay.