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  • What, what, what, what

  • Yes! I love this song!

  • I love this song.

  • I didn't know there was a video, though.

  • Oh, is this, like, Macklemore or whatever?

  • Really? Macklemore?

  • - (lip-syncing along) - ♪ I'm gonna pop some tags

  • Only got $20 in my pocket

  • ♪ I-I-I'm hunting

  • - (singing along) - ♪ Looking for a come-up

  • This is (bleep) awesome

  • - (singing along) - ♪ Nah, walk up to the club like

  • ♪ "What up? I got a big (bleep)!" ♪

  • (chuckling) Oh! What?

  • Is this, like, seriously the only rap song that I really like?

  • - ♪ Damn, that's a cold ass honkey ♪ - (sings along)

  • Macklemore. So sexy.

  • I never knew he was white until now.

  • I had no idea that a white guy did this.

  • Probably shoulda washed this

  • Smells like R. Kelly's sheets

  • - ♪ Piiisssssss ♪ - Oh, God.

  • Oh...

  • ♪ I'ma take your grandpa's style

  • ♪ I'ma take your grandpa's style

  • No, for real-- ask your grandpa

  • Can I have his hand-me-downs? ♪

  • ♪ I could take some Pro Wings

  • - ♪ Make them cool, sell those ♪ - (chuckles)

  • The sneaker heads would be like

  • - (lip-syncing along) - ♪ Aw, he got the Velcros

  • Why is there a-- what? That woman is scaring me.

  • Aw, she's fine. She's very, very attractive.

  • Oh, my God. She looks like a lobster.

  • This is (bleep) awesome

  • Your grammy, your aunty

  • Your momma, your mammy

  • ♪ I'll take those flannel zebra jammies, secondhand

  • - ♪ I rock that mother(bleep) ♪ - (sings along)

  • The built-in onesie with the socks

  • - ♪ On that mother(bleep) ♪ - Yeah, I want those Batman onesies.

  • I want a pair of those now.

  • They be like, "Oh, that Gucci

  • That's hella tight" ♪

  • ♪ I'm like, "Yo

  • That's $50 for a T-shirt" ♪

  • See, I'm all about the $50 T-shirts.

  • I'm trying to rock some Gucci.

  • He's like the first white guy

  • that can actually rap after Eminem.

  • - ♪ I wear your granddad's clothes ♪ - (lip-syncs along)

  • - (singing along) - ♪ I look incredible

  • - ♪ I'm in this big ass coat ♪ - (singing along)

  • From that thrift shop down the road

  • ♪ I'm gonna pop some tags

  • Only got $20 in my pocket

  • ♪ I-I-I'm hunting

  • Looking for a come-up

  • This is (bleep) awesome

  • That was effing awesome.

  • I love that! It's so good.

  • It's just-- he's awesome. (giggles)

  • That looks like that would've been fun.

  • I would have loved to be a part of that music video.

  • (Finebros) What song was that?

  • - "Thrift Shop." - "Thrift Shop."

  • That was "Thrift Shop" by Macklemore.

  • Me and my mom, we blast that in the car,

  • and we'll drive down the road like, "What's up?"

  • (giggles)

  • (Finebros) Do you like the song?

  • I don't know if I like it,

  • but it definitely gets stuck in my head a lot.

  • It's a little too raunchy for me.

  • Yes. I like this song.

  • I love this song!

  • I love this song! I love "Thrift Shop"!

  • It's a good song, but I just think it's, like, overplayed.

  • (Finebros) Why do you think it is such a good song?

  • 'Cause it's so fetch.

  • I like the beat of it. It's like... (hums beat)

  • Most rap music is just like, "Swag, swag, YOLO."

  • But his lyrics are actually pretty good.

  • I like the message, like, it was conveying.

  • It's okay to shop at thrift stores.

  • (Finebros) Do you think that there's a deeper meaning to, like,

  • what he's trying to talk about when it comes to thrift shops?

  • Be original.

  • You don't need a lot of money to look good.

  • It's really cool to be poor! I love it! It's awesome!

  • Bro, you gotta be your own person.

  • Go to the thrift shop;

  • it's like $2 for that exact same shirt, you know?

  • Clothes these days are super expensive.

  • $60 for, like, probably like this, but this is my sister's,

  • so I don't care what she paid for it 'cause I stole it from her.

  • (Finebros) Do you shop for clothes in thrift shops?

  • No, I don't.

  • I don't really go to thrift shops.

  • I haven't, but now I'm tempted to go do it.

  • All the time.

  • Like, everything I'm wearing-- thrift shops.

  • Yes, I do.

  • Do I look like the kind of person that would wear Gucci

  • and all this stuff? No.

  • There's nothing wrong with it,

  • and I think a part of me also is, like--

  • likes to shop at thrift stores 'cause it's the "trend" now.

  • No, my mom does all my shopping. I don't buy any clothes.

  • I'm lazy and I don't care what I wear.

  • (Finebros) What are your thoughts about

  • clothes being so expensive

  • depending on the brand and company that makes it?

  • I think it's ridiculous.

  • It's dumb.

  • People think you need expensive clothes to be popular.

  • Like, okay, I can get a bathing suit at Target for $20,

  • and then, if I want to get one from Victoria's Secret,

  • it's, like, $100 for this little piece of fabric.

  • I love designer clothes.

  • A Gucci shirt is, like, $300.

  • The quality of that shirt is a lot better than a Target V-neck.

  • You see people walking down the street;

  • you can judge them because of what brand they're wearing?

  • I can't stand that.

  • I just think if you like it and you want to wear it, wear it.

  • It shouldn't matter what brand it is.

  • - (clank) - Truth!

  • (Finebros) How often do you shop for clothes?

  • Maybe once a month.

  • Probably every few months.

  • Usually, I'll go when my grandparents are in town,

  • 'cause, you know, grandparents, they spoil you.

  • A lot. All the time.

  • A lot. (laughs)

  • I have a problem. I'm addicted to clothes.

  • Do I have to answer that question?

  • Oh, dude, it's bad. Every weekend, probably.

  • (Finebros) Why so often?

  • I don't know. It's just like a girl thing.

  • Girls, they get bored with their clothes.

  • For me, it's like I want to wear what, like,

  • the celebrities wear.

  • So, like, I'll go spend more money on something

  • just so I can look like them.

  • I consider it a hobby.

  • Ugh, it's bad.

  • (Finebros) Why is it, this constant obsession

  • with needing to get new clothes all the time?

  • Why not, you know?

  • You want to look good to impress people.

  • Because this is a materialistic consumer society,

  • and I have learned the ways of it.

  • I don't want to wear something twice.

  • I pick out an outfit that I think looks good on me,

  • and then I will literally wear it every single day.

  • It's not like it's dirty or anything. It's perfectly clean.

  • But when you wear something every single day,

  • it gets to a point where people around you are like,

  • "Why do you keep wearing the same clothes every day?"

  • I think in my head, some people don't have any clothes,

  • so why is it such a big deal

  • I wear the same thing every single day?

  • I think people just really want attention

  • with the clothing that they wear.

  • (Finebros) So, back to song,

  • one of the lyrics is, "I wear your granddad's clothes.

  • I look incredible."

  • Would you ever wear your grandparents' clothes to school?

  • - Hell yeah. - Yeah.

  • My granddad's not the...

  • the most stylish kinda guy.

  • I'm Middle Eastern,

  • and the clothes are really different and low-key.

  • They might think I'm a terrorist.

  • (Finebros) Macklemore has stayed independent his entire career,