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When spotted among other protesters by a news reporter, the Grammy-winning musician says he joins them to show 'solidarity - it's about Mike Brown, it's not about me.'
A picture of Macklemore holding a Grammy is shown in the big screen as Drizzy sings, 'Real music doesn't always win Grammys.'
The rapper donned a fake beard and prosthetic nose that are deemed offensive stereotype of Jewish people.
The Toronto MC thinks that the apology text, which Macklemore sent after beating Lamar in Best Rap Album category, is unnecessary.
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.'
'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.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are named best new artist, defeating other contenders such as James Blake, Kendrick Lamar, Kacey Musgraves and Ed Sheeran.
Other winners at the pre-telecast show include Pharrell Williams who wins producer of the year and Justin Timberlake whose clip for 'Suit and Tie' is named best music video.
According to a source, Grammy's rap committee didn't want the duo to be nominated in rap categories because of their success on mainstream radio and their appeal in the pop world.
The impromptu performance is a part of Grammy's 'Music Unleashes Us' campaign, which aims to capture people's natural, visceral and sometimes uncontrollable reactions to music.
In addition to performing, McCartney and fellow former member of The Beatles Ringo Starr will accept the 2014 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Rap duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, singer/actress Ariana Grande and British musician Ed Sheeran are among new stars who shone the brightest in 2013.
The musicians will perform at the annual bash in New York's Times Square, joining the likes of Robin Thicke, Fall Out Boy and Miley Cyrus.
The rap duo opens the live concert with the upbeat 'Thrift Shop' and the Californian singer hopes to inspire fans with the empowering 'Roar'.
Globally, the rap duo's debut LP 'The Heist' is named the world's most streamed album while their hit single 'Can't Hold Us' becomes the most streamed track.