Mary Lambert isn't just open about being a lesbian. One spin of plucky single "Secrets" lays bare the singer/songwriter's struggles with weight, bipolar disorder, a dysfunctional family and much, much more. Says Lambert with a laugh, "I'm severely out!"
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. LINK: Macklemore to Kendrick Lamar After Grammys: 'You Got Robbed' After
There is literally nothing more irresponsible in today's media climate than cherry-picking from someone's thousands-deep Twitter history to either prove a point or a raise a conspiratorial red flag.
The Huffington Post reached out to Macklemore for comment and further contextualization of the tweet but did not receive
When Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' names were called as winners for "Best Rap Album" at the 2014 Grammy Awards, the Internet
It really came as no surprise that Macklemore & Ryan Lewis won the Best Rap Album award at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, but why did it top Kendrick Lamar's "Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City"?
Macklemore was joined for the gig by his producing partner, Ryan Lewis, and singer Mary Lambert to play the hit single "Same Love." Hours before the show, news leaked that Macklemore and Madonna's performance would host the marriage ceremonies of 33 couples, to be officiated by Queen Latifah.
But many appreciated and felt validated by Macklemore's statement: Reactions to the performance on Twitter were mixed, but
Macklemore hit the stage at the Staples Center on Sunday (Jan. 26) for a performance at the 56th annual Grammy Awards.
Music's biggest night, the 56th annual Grammy awards, was dominated by Daft Punk, as the French robots won four awards, including Album of the Year for "Random Access Memories" and Record of the Year for "Get Lucky."
With the exception of Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, it seemed that just about everyone following the Grammy Awards
Macklemore pre-empted part of the conversation by posting a screenshot of his text messages with Lamar. Macklemore and Lewis
The 30-year-old rapper was joined for the gig by his producing partner, Ryan Lewis, and singer Mary Lambert to play the hit
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis took home four awards, including Best New Artist, Best Rap Album ("The Heist), Best Rap Song (for
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis took to the stage to open the "GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!" on Friday, performing their hit