You may not know his name, but if you're on the Internet (and we know you are because you're reading this), you've likely seen some of Vincent Marcus' videos. Thanks to his dead-on impressions and jaw-dropping beatboxing skills, the Texas native has earned Internet fame and currently has more than 1.8 million followers on the video-sharing app Vine.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis were on a Grammy-high at the red carpet as the duo had already collected three awards before the official ceremony kicked off. They revealed their excitement over the big honors.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' song 'Same Love' is nominated for the 2014 Grammy for Song of the Year. It is a powerful and watershed track, since it's about equality for same-sex unions. The rappers are putting their money where their mouths are, since 34 couples are slated to marry during their performance of the song at this year's Grammys (Jan. 26).
Wow. Just wow.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis didn't just perform 'Same Love,' their commanding and potent song about same-sex equality, at the 2014 Grammy Awards (Jan. 26). The Seattle rap duo had couples of all ages, races and orientations get married on their cathedral-like stage during the performance.
When it comes to parties, it doesn’t get any bigger than Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammy party. Last night (Jan. 25), a slew of entertainers attended the shindig in their most snazziest of attire.
For anyone who forgot to bring their iPhone on the bus, public transportation in New York City was made a little more fun recently by Macklemore. The rapper and producer Ryan Lewis took over a bus in the "City That Never Sleeps" for an impromptu performance of their hit 'Can't Hold Us.'
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis acknowledged that they were an underground rap group when 2013 started. Now, they are one of the biggest acts in pop music. The pair performed on 'New Year's Rockin' Eve,' and before they took the stage in frigid NYC, they spoke to host Ryan Seacrest about scratching and clawing their way to the top.
The 2013 American Music Awards were rife with amazing performances from Katy Perry, Ariana Grande, One Direction, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Pitbull featuring Kesha and more. And you can catch them all here!
Congratulations to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis! The duo accepted their American Music Award trophy for the Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album via satellite from Miami, and of course, Mack -- real name Ben Haggerty -- used his platform to draw attention to important social issues. His activism doesn't end at 'Same Love!'