Macklemore and Lewis on YouTube Presents

Seattle rap duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are everywhere right now. Hours after performing their hit ‘Thriftshop’ live on Jimmy Fallon with ?uestlove and The Roots, which would be a career event for most musicians, Macklemore and Lewis performed a live online concert for YouTube Presents.

The duo performed a set that lasted about 30 minutes including their songs ‘Ten Thousand Hours’, ‘Thrift Shop’, ‘Same Love’, ‘Starting Over’ and ‘Can’t Hold Us’ all of which are from their debut album The Heist. The performance was followed but an interview that also lasted about 30 minutes.

You can see the both the Fallon and YouTube Presents performances below.

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