Ryan Lewis born March 25, is an American music producer, musician, video director, photographer, graphic designer and DJ currently based in Seattle. EP , The Heist and a handful of other singles. Since the beginning of their collaboration in late , Ryan has produced, recorded, engineered and mixed all of the music, directed music videos "Same Love," "Thrift Shop," "And We Danced," "Otherside Remix " , designed visuals album art, web design, posters and DJ'd the live show. Forgot your password?
Public Response On Thrift Shop
I'm gonna pop some tags Only got twenty dollars in my pocket I'm, I'm, I'm huntin', lookin' for a come up This is fucking awesome Walk into the club like "What up? I got a big cock! Kelly's sheets Pisssssss But shit, it was ninety-nine cents! Bag it, coppin' it, washin' it, 'bout to go and get some compliments Passin' up on those moccasins someone else been has walkin' in Bummy and grudgy, fuckin' it, I am stunting and flossin' and Savin' my money and I'm hella happy, that's a bargain bitch I'ma take your grandpa's style I'ma take your grandpa's style No for real, ask your grandpa Can I have his hand-me-downs? Thank you! Velour jumpsuit and some house slippers Dookie brown leather jacket that I found, dig it They had a broken keyboard, I bought a broken keyboard I bought a skeet blanket, then I bought a knee board Hello, hello, my ace man, my Mello John Wayne ain't got nothin' on my fringe game, hell no I could take some Pro Wings, make 'em cool, sell those The sneaker heads would be like "Ah, he got the Velcros! What you knowin' about wearin' a fur fox skin?
Rádios que tocam Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Hey, Macklemore! Can we go thrift shopping? What, what, what, what I got a big cock!
It was released on August 27, as Macklemore's eighth career single and the fourth single from their debut studio album, The Heist The song's lyrics show Macklemore's esteem for thrift shops and saving money, rather than flaunting expensive items like many rappers. Many music reviewers praised the song for its humorous lyrics and social critique. A music video was released simultaneously with the song on August 29, , and has had more than 1.