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The Compton rapper was filmed performing Eminem's 'My Name Is', Jay-Z's 'Big Pimpin' ' and 50 Cent's 'Candy Shop' while he was visiting XXL's office.
Keys is also joined onstage by Araab Muzik, Johnny Marr and Hans Zimmer to deliver the first TV performance of the track that appears in the soundtrack of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'.
The video also features some scenes of Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man saving people from villain Electro who's played by Jamie Foxx.
The song, which also features contributions from super producer Pharrell Williams and composer Hans Zimmer, will appear in the film's soundtrack album that's arriving on April 22.
Also featuring contributions from Pharrell Williams and Hans Zimmer, the track called 'It's On Again' will appear in the soundtrack album that arrives on April 22.
The Compton MC, who covers the latest edition of Billboard, says in the interview for the magazine that Macklemore is 'a genuine dude' who 'touched people's souls.'
The Toronto MC thinks that the apology text, which Macklemore sent after beating Lamar in Best Rap Album category, is unnecessary.
Directed by Anthony Devera, the clip shows the rappers spitting their bars inside a warehouse while Morgan sings the chorus in front of a window.
The Compton MC will perform a medley of his hits on February 15, while the Grammy-winning producer will be joined by 'surprise musical guests' during the All-Star Game on the next day.
The Compton MC appears on the stage midsong to drop some verses on the band's hit single 'Radioactive'.
The Compton MC, who didn't win anything after being nominated for seven awards at the Grammys, says that awards shows 'should always push for more hip-hop.'
In an open letter posted on her Tumblr, Arie criticizes Grammy Awards for the lack of support for black musicians' music.
'It's weird and sucks that I robbed you,' so the 'Thrift Shop' hitmaker wrote in a text message he sent to Lamar following his four Grammy wins.
The band sings their hit single 'Radioactive' before Lamar emerges to deliver an energetic performance of his 'm.A.A.d City'.
Along with Jermaine Dupri, the two entertainers will perform at the Lower Manhattan's Pier 36/Basketball City on January 31.