Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have developed a well-earned reputation for their focus on killer visuals to go along with their earworm tracks. Wednesday night was no exception, when the Seattle duo brought their latest single, "Dance Off," to the Tonight Show stage.
Actually, the performance began in a slightly more corporate setting, with Mack and Lewis dressed up as cubicle drones toiling away in a bland office as they gathered their fellow desk jockeys in a mass walkout that landed them in the lobby of Rock Center.
The whole crew then burst through a door at the back of the audience and danced down to the main stage to run through the rest of the horn-blasted song off of This Unruly Mess I've Made.
Check it out:
Also, according to Rap Radar, during a Tuesday night show at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, the pair presented hip-hop legends Grandmaster Caz and Melle Mel with their first-ever platinum plaques thanks to their work on Macklemore's "Downtown" single.
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