Macklemore Explains Why Not Being On A Label Helped Him Succeed

Macklemore Explains Why Not Being On A Label Helped Him Succeed

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New Unless you've been totally under a pop-culture/music rock for the past few months, you've probably heard of Macklemore and his hit song (and video) Thrift Shop. Now at well over 200 million views, the song itself has been at the top of the charts and has sold over 4 million...
Macklemore Explains Why Not Being On A Label Helped Him Succeed
                                       

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