Macklemore opened up to his fans on Sunday in a TikTok video about having relapsed in the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic, and celebrated being sober for almost two years. He encouraged others to share their stories.
History has shown us that The Grammy Association doesn't reflect nor truly represent our culture. One of their biggest gaffes apparently caused one performer to turn to illegal substances.
Stepping behind the mic with his pornstache in tow, the Seattle rapper took aim at Trump, his horde of white nationalists, and even liberals who overlooked the sociopolitical issues that the resistance fought for and against for the past 4 years.
Ever since snatching his controversial Grammy wins back in 2014, Seattle rapper Macklemore‘s continued to carve out his own niche in the rap game and has even gotten his own Jordan retro PE’s (we kinda hatin’ on that).
Macklemore sat down with Sway Calloway of Shade 45's Sway In The Morning Show, talking his new solo venture and details about his car accident.
For someone who prides himself on his lyricism, it’s kind of surprising to see Macklemore collaborate with notoriously known mumble rapper Lil Yachty. Either way, it happened and now we have a visual for their collabo cut “Marmalade” which goes the “Sky’s The Limit” route and features child versions of the two rappers spending the […]
Representing Compton, Boogie is readying his Thirst 48 Pt. II project for a forthcoming release. Today, he releases “Two Days.”
As Snoop Dogg just learned, pitching a baseball is a skill that takes aim and strength. Snoop and these other rappers exhibited neither when invited to throw ceremonial first pitches at baseball games.
The outcry over the use and abuse of opioid prescription meds has finally reached the White House. After claiming countless lives, and allegedly that of Prince, the Barack Obama along with Macklemore tackled the subject of opioid addiction in the President’s “Weekly Address.”
Back in 2004, Chappelle’s Show dropped the hilarious sketch that featured the racial draft. Since that now-legendary moment that found the Wu-Tang Clan being selected by the Asian delegation premiered, jokes about who would be traded to what race have popped up on social media when something involving race happens.
Macklemore‘s new song, “White Privilege II” talking—along with Iggy Azalea feeling a ways—and that’s the point. Black Lives Matter activist Deray McKesson reached out the Seattle rapper for further clarity about the intentions behind the song.