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Friday, 14 June 2013 at 04:10
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis - Can't Maintain Us
"Can't Hold Us" is a track by American rapper Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis from their collaborative album The Heist (2012). That includes singer Ray Dalton, it was released as the third one from the album on August sixteen, 2011. The tune also characteristics supplemental vocals by actress Susannah Wetzel, who sings portions of the refrain along with Dalton.
The music reached range 1 on the Billboard Sizzling 100, generating it their second range-a single strike in the United States.[one] It is also their 3rd consecutive selection-1 solitary in Australia. In early 2013, the track was re-unveiled and showcased in a U.S. television commercial #LINKS# for Microsoft's Outlook.com webmail assistance[two] and in commercials for the drink Miller. The track was also made use of in the background ofESPN College or university Gameday commercials and in the March 2013 premiere episode of MTV's The True Planet: Portland.
The radio edit cuts out portions of the introduction, as nicely as the extended bridge area and an alternate conquer throughout the final refrain. The defeat is equivalent to their reside performances of the music.
The Heist is the debut studio album by American rapper Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis. Independently made, recorded and produced by the duo, The Heist arrived at variety 1 on iTunes within just hrs of getting unveiled on Oct 9, 2012 with no mainstream marketing or assistance. The album was recorded in Seattle involving 2009 and 2012 and was produced on Macklemore LLC. A series of singles ended up released in advance of the album release from 2010 onwards SONG CAN'T HOLD, with the fifth and ultimate one "Thrift Shop" getting the most commercially productive - peaking on the Billboard Scorching a hundred at variety 1 and charted within just the major 40 abroad, peaking at quantity one in New Zealand and Australia and the United Kingdom. The album's 3rd one "Can't Hold Us" was also mostly commercially effective - peaking at selection 1 in the United States, Australia, and Sweden.
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The album bought seventy eight,000 copies in its initial week, and debuted at quantity two on the US Billboard two hundred chart. On the other hand it debuted at range one on the Billboard Prime R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Best Rap Albums, even though entering the Canadian Albums Chart at variety 4.[two] As of June 2013, the album has marketed about 750,000 copies in the United States and has gained generally constructive critiques from critics.