“This one was heavy. I don’t take credit for anything. I’m just grateful we crossed paths. Pretty incredible story,” Macklemore tweeted.
I’m finishing up my look at the biggest moments and songs of 2013 with my top 10 Songs of 2013. DISCLAIMER: This is MY top 10 , not yours and not 102 JAMZ. As always […]
This year was an interesting one in music, as all of the artists you expected to do well did, and many new stars emerged. Between Justin Timberlake making his long awaited return to music, to […]
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This year’s track features appearances by Avicii, Bruno Mars, Capital Cities, Daft Punk, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Macklemore, Imagine Dragons, and more.
Macklemore is America’s favorite thrift shop customer and he’s made a living out of wearing second-hand items, and now he’s taking over the USF Sun Dome this weekend and we want to send one of you to see him live AND get backstage to meet him.
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There is much Seattle love laced throughout the clip, with scenes shot at a local landmark and cameos from hometown hero Sir Mix-A-Lot and emerging vocalist Hollis.
LeBron James has a new gig as music supervisor for the video game NBA 2K14 and he’s filled the soundtrack with a mix of hip-hop, rock and, of course, Phil Collins.
“This is an issue that’s at the forefront of civil rights in the world and it’s cool that the song has lined up with that issue,” the rapper says.
Originally written in support of Washington state’s legalization of same-sex marriage, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Same Love” is posed to become not only the duo’s next big hit but also an anthem for marriage equality.