With the appearance of a brand new #1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, each and every hip hop release highlighted below slipped over the past week, with the exception of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, who debuted at #4. That's a pretty wild trend to s
There's not much happening on the new Billboard chart, hip-hop-wise, that is -- as 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne's ColleGrove as well as Kendrick Lamar's surprise album, which both dropped on Friday (Mar. 4), will appear on next week's chart.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis just dropped their new album, This Unruly Mess I've Made, on Friday, and now they've let go of the large tour schedule behind the project. The dates stretch begin in Europe, as the duo travel through Germany, France, and Spain be
There were a number of high-profile features on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' This Unruly Mess I've Made, but one industry superstar declined an invitation to appear on the Seattle duo's sophomore album.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are getting ready to drop their follow up to the massively successful independent album, The Heist, this Friday, and to build hype for the release, they've shared a video for the previously released single, "Kevin".The song tells th
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night and performed his recent single “White Privilege II.” It’s not exactly and uplifting or digestible song (it was cut down from 8 minutes to just under 7 minute
After taking a few years off to let the sudden fame sink (and perhaps capitalize further off it), Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are almost ready to release their sophomore effort. Today they've decided to unveil the album's title, cover art and release date.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' splendiferous new track "Downtown" received one of the lowest user ratings in HNHH history. It's too bad the user's can't rate videos, because the Seattle-based duo just dropped the "Downtown" video.
After dropping the sanguine "Growing Up," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis flip the script with a new track "Downtown" that goes in all in with an '80s hip hop aesthetic -- old school flow, stripped down funky percussion, ample cowbell, and even features from
It looks like we're seeing Macklemore and Ryan Lewis come out of hiding. After reaching astronomical levels of success with their debut album The Heist, and specifically singles like "Thrift Shop," the duo took a break from music.
Yesterday, Complex unveiled a steamy photo shoot with Khloe Kardashian and the accompanying interview about the many trending topics surrounding her life (Kylie, Tyga, French Montana, Amber Rose etc).
For many rap fans, that fact that Macklemore isn't up for any Grammys this February is a good thing (although, warning: Iggy Azalea might wipe the smirks off your faces), but by next year's ceremony, it's looking like there might be another project from him a