'We went on the road with each other loads, we were around when McFly started. It’s been a really easy transition.' - Matt Willis. +
This is a formal apology to everyone who’s ever heard my laugh
This is a formal apology from everyone who has never had the pleasure of making you laugh
thats fuckin adorable
Types of people who romanticize small town life:
- People who didn’t grow up in small towns
pain splattered tear drops on my shirt, told you i’d let them go … #give #me #love #ootd #ed #sheeran #selfietuesday #me #i #post #too #much #selfies #and #hashtags #i #know #hashtagshit
Have you heard “Same Love”?
Have I heard what?
“Same Love,” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis?
What song is that?
It’s, um, the gay-marriage song.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I’ve heard Macklemore’s whole album.
What do you think of it? He’s probably the most successful white rapper since you.
Uh, he’s really dope. Macklemore is, yeah, he’s dope.
You won respect in part by being technically amazing – I’m not sure everyone in hip-hop sees him that way yet.
I think there’s very technical shit that he does. He’s a really good songwriter, too. Conceptually, the shit he does is pretty fuckin’ incredible.
Macklemore was psyched, to say the least, when he read Eminem’s comments in his copy of the magazine. “I really want to Instagram that quote, but Ryan told me I shouldn’t,” Macklemore tells Rolling Stone. “I think I still might. What meant the most to me out of all that shit, is what he said about the technical stuff, and the songwriting. Because I think a lot of people do, for whatever reason, think that there’s not a technical skill set to what I bring to the records. And to have Em validate that – I mean, that’s like the technician of technical rap. So that was super fresh to me. And obviously he’s Em, he’s one of the best rappers ever.”