You want a “Thrift Shop” parody? Naturally, you got one.
Kendrick Lamar is not mad at Iggy Azalea or Macklemore, for that matter.
He was joined by other rappers across the nation who participated in protests and spoke out against the result in Ferguson.
If you’re looking for a few tips on how to do a killer Halloween light show, you should reach out to Steve Jandick, stat.
Macklemore probably got the outfit he’s wearing on the show at the thrift shop.
Fences’ Lesser Oceans is available in stores and online Oct. 14.
Fences are an alt rock act from Seattle that’s still looking for that major breakthrough — and might have finally found it, thanks in part to a fellow Washingtonian.
“His music is really genuine,” one passerby said of Macklemore. But when asked what Lewis does in the duo, he wasn’t sure. “I don’t really know what he does. I know he’s a package deal though. He comes with Macklemore a lot.”
In an apology letter he posted to his website, Macklemore states he never meant to dress like a “Jewish stereotype.”
Macklemore has come under fire — and hey, it’s not for something he rapped this time — after a recent performance that saw him don a costume while rapping breakthrough single “Thrift Shop.”
“Yes, I’m grateful that I lived,” Julie Lewis, who is HIV positive, says. “But I want to do something to honor all those people that we love dearly who died along the way.”
“We want to give hope to women and families in other parts of the world who lack access to quality, affordable healthcare,” Ryan Lewis says.
Everyone’s talking about the Kanye shade, but we detailed the other 11 things the Drake profile in Rolling Stone taught us.
Drake is calling out Macklemore for, what he believes, was a not-so-convincing apology text to Kendrick in regards to his Best Rap Album win.
“The only way for us to win is to dye our skin cells like Michael [Jackson],” Ty Dolla $ign told Hartford radio station Hot 93.7 in regards to Kendrick’s GRAMMY shut out.
Why is the guy who swept all the rap categories at the GRAMMYs hated by rap fans? How can a guy who wrote a song about marriage equality be hated by those who also support gay marriage? We’ve got some answers.