Macklemore & Ryan Lewis start the week off with the new music video for their latest single "White Walls."

After a cinematic opening that features Macklemore as the fourth amigo, the duo head to Seattle's iconic Dick's Drive-In burger spot on Broadway (you may have seen Sir Mix-a-Lot and his posse there before) and stunt in their Cadillac. They then travel south to Schoolboy Q's neck of the roads so the TDE rapper can, "Grip the leather steering wheel while I grip the thighs." Cameos include A$AP Rocky, Trinidad Jame$, Wiz Khalifa, DJ Drama, Big Boi and Sir Mix-a-Lot himself.

While Macklemore and Schoolboy deliver respectable rhymes heres, this is also a coming out party for Hollis, who belts out the record's catchy hook with grace and bravado. The 26-year-old singer/songwriter has been a fixture within the Seattle scene for quite some time, with her current group The Flavr Blue making waves in the Pacific Northwest. When (not if) this record climbs the Billboard charts exponentially, Hollis' contributions will be a direct influence.

"White Walls" is off Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' independent debut album The Heist, which recently sold one million copies since being released last October. The duo are currently touring Europe with Chance The Rapper as their opening act. Show dates are listed here. 

[via YouTube]

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