If you think Macklemore is the first rapper to rap about secondhand clothes then you should listen to: Kreayshawn's "Gucci Gucci"
This is not trolling. Although SPIN nailed it with their reference to Goodie Mob's "Goodie Bag," the idea of Macklemore getting props for rapping about second hand clothing seems strange. Lyrics like "They be like, 'Oh that Gucci, that's hella tight'/I'm like, 'Yo that's 50 dollars for a t-shirt/Limited-edition, let's do some simple addition/50 dollars for a t-shirt, that's just some ignorant-bitch shit/I call that getting-swindled-and-pimped shit" made us think: Gucci? Thrift stores? White rapper? No, we're not thinking of frat rap! We're thinking of Ms. Kreayshawn, whose viral hit "Gucci Gucci" talked about the same damn thing-that basic bitches wear labels and she, along with the White Girl Mob, didn't care if they were wearing secondhand or not.