15 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the jump (“Ten Thousand Hours”), the quick-witted Macklemore tips his cap to Malcolm Gladwell as he professes his love of art and paints a picture of his musical journey. He proceeds to flex lyrical skills, flaunt a passion for budget fashion, reveal uncompromised goals, and intelligently deliver endearing stories that further distinguish Macklemore & Ryan Lewis from the rap pack.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the jump (“Ten Thousand Hours”), the quick-witted Macklemore tips his cap to Malcolm Gladwell as he professes his love of art and paints a picture of his musical journey. He proceeds to flex lyrical skills, flaunt a passion for budget fashion, reveal uncompromised goals, and intelligently deliver endearing stories that further distinguish Macklemore & Ryan Lewis from the rap pack.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

KellyAdamson ,

I Barely Listen To Rap

...but I love this album. I was shocked by the song "Same Love" because in the rap game you never hear about pro-marriage equality. He had a lot of courage to write that song. And after listening to some more of his songs, he speaks the truth. I find him appealing because his songs aren't 100% consumed with focusing on drugs, sex, violence or partying, unlike most of today's music.

Foxsie ,

Refreshing.

Wow. What a novel idea: no objectifying of women, no condoning drug use, and no use of the n- word. =Beautiful music. Well done.

Sublime938 ,

Amazing

I'm literally so excited for this album, I heard a leak of the song Starting Over and I had chills the whole time

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