Macklemore and Ryan Lewis brought a fun filled funky vibe to the Microsoft Theater on Aug. 30 with their hot performance of ‘Downtown’ at the MTV Video Music Awards!
Macklemore, 32, and Ryan Lewis, 27, have done it again with their infectious hit “Downtown.” The longtime collaborators gave an outrageous performance of their hit at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 30, which their fans absolutely loved.
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Macklemore and Ryan gave a heart thumping performance of their hit song and the crowd outside the theater ate it up! The duo dropped the video for the song on Aug. 27, and it has had us sucked in ever since. It’s features the same fun-filled vibe that made them famous with hits like “Thrift Shop.” The stars had the LA crowd bouncing up and down to the happy track. They definitely gave the performance their all, uniquely rapping about the thrill of riding mopeds and motorcycle around town. “Have you ever felt the warm embrace,” collaborator Eric Nally, sings on the hook, “of the leather seat between your legs?” We love it!
Macklemore Has A Baby
What an amazing year it has been for Macklemore! As amazing as his career seems to be doing, his personal life is doing even better! The Seattle rapper and his beautiful wife Tricia Davis secretly welcomed their daughter, Sloane Ava Simone Haggerty, to the world earlier this summer. The rapper let the news about his new bundle of joy out on Aug. 5 while releasing a new song, “Growing Up (Sloan’s Song)” featuring Ed Sheeran for his fans. Listen to the amazing song here!
“Our daughter, Sloane Ava Simone Haggerty was born 2 months ago on May 29th,” Macklemore wrote on Facebook. “There is nothing like the joy and happiness that comes from bringing a baby into this universe. She has filled my heart in ways that I never knew were possible. She is the love of my life. This song is for her.” We just love this guy and are so happy for him!
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Did Macklemore and Ryan Lewis steal the show with their unreal performance?
— Tim Plant