Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Opted Not To Submit "The Unruly Mess I Made" At The Grammys

HipHop News Posted on February 10, 2017 at 7:34am

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Opted Not To Submit "The Unruly Mess I Made" At The Grammys

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Los Angeles, CA – For all its platinum and chart-biting success, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' debut album, The Heist, is always going to be known as "the album that beat good kid, m.A.A.d. of the city at the Grammys."

Macklemore same added to the album infamy after the 56th Grammy Awards in 2014, when he sent a message to Kendrick Lamar to tell him that his Compton competition was, in fact, superior to his own works and published the iMessage screenshots in social networks.

Posted on February 26, 2016, the duo's second title of the album, This Unruly Mess I made, referred to the shock of the Caucasus region duo had been brought to the Hip-Hop and apparently, they have not finished taking a back seat in the spotlight. According to a new report from the Associated Press, a person close to the Grammy nomination process, speaking on condition of anonymity, revealed that Macklemore & Ryan Lewis voluntarily retained the second work of study which it sends to potentially be recognized for Best Rap Album and perhaps more.

Although The Theft of cattle in the group a couple of Billboard No. 1 hits, a certified platinum album and four Grammy awards (named Best Rap Album, Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song and Best New Artist), his big Grammy night almost never happened as the committee initially tried to stay in the pop category, due to the uncharacteristic of commercial success as far as Hip Hop releases are concerned.

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Macklemore Says He Had "An Unfair Advantage Due To Race" At The Grammys

With songs like "White Privilege II" — an open letter rant about racial issues in the united States — and occurrences of cultural heroes such as KRS-One, DJ Premier and Chance the Rapper, This Unruly Mess that I made was a precursor to the duo's recent Grammy self-exile. In the HipHopDX review of the album, the group was cited for the waiver of "their rights as America's token rap stars to be leveled with the more plebian rappe


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