Photos: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis at Dick's Drive-In

Local Music, Photo Galleries
07/25/2013
Jim Beckmann
all photos by Morgen Schuler

His posse was on Broadway last night. In what became the worst kept secret appearance in Seattle, local hip-hop stars Macklemore and Ryan Lewis took over the intersection of Broadway and Olive Way in Capitol Hill yesterday to film a video for their song "White Walls", referencing the singer's suped-up Cadillac. Thousands of fans waited hours, climbed buildings and made every effort possible to catch a glimpse of the duo. KEXP photographer Morgen Schuler was there to a bit of the craziness, and you can see even more of the scene here.

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