With “The Wire” star backing them up, the hip hop double act are coming on strong
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Bieber’s junk is tastefully covered by pancakes in the painting.
The duo will be touting their latest album This Unruly Mess I’ve Made at a bunch of arenas around the country this August.
If this poster is to be believed Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are coming to Australia in August.
He wanted her to be on ‘Growing Up’ which now features Ed Sheeran.
There may well not be an artist in the 2010s that has simultaneously been both as cool and uncool as Macklemore. With producer Ryan Lewis in tow, the two have spent their brief but vital time in the sun dropping hits about op-shopping and equal rights, of materialism and missions in life. Their debut LP,
“If no-one was talking about the music that we’re making, we’d be doing something wrong.”
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis announce new album via dramatic video teaser
He’s written a 3000 word report and is “very confident”.
Macklemore drops new tunes
Dr. Dre has replaced Sean “Diddy” Combs at top spot in Forbes‘ new Cash Kings list of the highest paid acts in hip-hop. Dre’s rise from number two is largely due to the sale of Beats Electronic, a company he co-founded, which was sold to Apple earlier this year for over USD$3 billion. After the
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Drake has hit out at the content of a text message Macklemore sent to Kendrick Lamar during this year’s Grammy Awards. In a recent interview Drake said Macklemore’s decision to publicly share the private message, by posting it on Instagram, was “wack as fuck”. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis were big winners of the Grammys, walking
Heading to our shores for Breath Of Life, Good Life and Future Music Festivals, hip hop pair Macklemore & Ryan Lewis will now also be playing a very special one-off headlining show in Newcastle, taking on the Entertainment Centre on Wednesday, 5th March. This will be the only sideshow for the Seattle duo, who shot
Music’s biggest night may have come and gone, but the aftermath of yesterday’s 56th Annual Grammy Awards can still be felt. Highlights of the night may have included mute French robots, a mass wedding ceremony and Pharrell’s giant hat but, like all awards shows, the Grammys was not without its controversies. Hip hop duo Macklemore
Music’s biggest award night has come to a close and Kiwi sensation Lorde and French robots Daft Punk are amongst the 2014 Grammy Awards top winners. The 17-year-old Ella Yelich O’Connor has taken home two shiny new statues, winning for Best Solo Pop Performance and Song Of The Year alongside producer Joel Little for their
New Zealand pop sensation Lorde may not have taken out the Hottest 100, but she’s the bookies’ favourite for Grammy Record Of The Year, with the 17-year-old at 8/11 to win the category with her smash Royals when the awards ceremony takes place later today. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have already taken out Best Rap
A new video has emerged of Grammy-nominated Macklemore and Ryan Lewis “surprising” New York City bus commuters with an in-transit rendition of their hit song, Can’t Hold Us. The very high-quality video shows the hoodie-clad duo pay their fare, step on the bus and with the aid of a boom box, launch into a very
Future world-dominators Google have unveiled their global Top Charts for 2013, revealing what Australians and the rest of the world searched for the most this year, with Psy, Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus, and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis dominating the music-oriented countdowns. Amid dead celebrities, The Block, and “What is Twerking?”, it seems Australians were still
Nominations for the 2014 Grammy Awards were announced today at the annual nominations concert, hosted by LL Cool J who hosted the 2013 ceremony, and which featured performances from nominees Lorde, Taylor Swift, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Katy Perry, and Robin Thicke. Antipodeans scored big in this year’s nominations, with Kiwi superstar Lorde earning nods