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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - "Thrift Shop" Video

The 2012 music video for Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' hit song "Thrift Shop" takes place at a few of Macklemore's favorite shops in Seattle. 

The opening shots take place on the south end of the old Seattle Brewing & Malting Company brewery in Georgetown, located at 5900 Airport Way South

Macklemore rides his scooter through the parking area for Jimi Hendrix Park as Ryan Lewis rolls up in a DeLorean, with the Northwest African American Museum behind them at 2300 South Massachusetts Street

Macklemore walks into the "club" - actually the Unicorn/Narwhal Bar at 1118 East Pike Street on Capitol Hill. This is also where Wanz looks incredible "wearing your grandad's clothes."

Macklemore and friends "pop some tags" at the Goodwill Outlet in SoDo at 1765 6th Avenue South. This is where he walks out sporting the "velcros."

He "passes up on some moccasins someone else has been walkin' in" and "takes your grandpa's style" in the 3-story Value Village Capitol Hill at 1525 11th Avenue. The dumpster-diving shot takes place in the donation center on the south side of the building.

The hook of the song takes place in Fremont Vintage Mall at 3419 Fremont Place.

Macklemore asks "what you know about rocking a wolf on your noggin?" at Red Light Vintage & Costume at 312 Broadway East on Capitol Hill. 

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M Dew,
Feb 13, 2013, 10:44 AM