The Seattle-native rapper was spotted marching with other protesters Monday night.
“Underneath it’s all the same love.”
It’s like a public service announcement or something I guess.
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.
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.
A lot of people cried, others just cringed.
The duo aims to make “the ultimate statement of equality” during the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, reports The New York Times.
Macklemore might not like getting high anymore, but the college kids in the crowd at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night sure did.
No, this isn’t an SNL skit.
The 22-year-old rapper just released the proper version of the biggest LGBT themed song of the year.
“Have you listened to the song more than once?”
“Gay people don’t care about your video about gay people.”
The star from Macklemore’s “Same Love” sat down with BuzzFeed to talk about her first music video. “I don’t feel like I’m a spokesperson. I just sing what my experience is.”
Don’t lie, you waited to belt out the female vocal hook every time. If you don’t know who Mary Lambert is, you better take a listen.
Two students planned a surprise for their teacher during the “YouTube of the Day” part of their class.
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.