Macklemore, Ryan Lewis’ video for ‘Can’t Hold Us’

Seattle’s Macklemore and Ryan Lewis just released a new music video for their song “Can’t Hold Us” off of their wildly popular debut album The Heist.

This video came together really well, like all Macklemore and Ryan Lewis videos, and no doubt will help the hiphop duo gain even more popularity than they already have. That seems almost impossible considering they seem to be everywhere you look these days.

Check the video for “Can’t Hold Us” below and get ready for pirate ships, camels, some insane crowd surfing and plenty epic shots around Seattle. If anybody knows how to get that flag let me know!

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll just tweeted “The new @macklemore “Can’t Hold Us” music video is awesome!!! Mack has lost his mind!! So good!”

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