Macklemore Performs 'Glorious' On The Tonight Show

07-02-2017
.
Macklemore

(Radio.com) Grammy Award winner Macklemore took The Tonight Show audience to church on this past Wednesday night, June 28 with a performance of his new single, 'Glorious."

The rapper performed the uplifting tune with collaborator Skylar Grey on piano and vocals, along with a line of backup singers, a horn section, and guitarist. The single will be on the MC's upcoming album. It has been almost 12 years since his last release.

It's easy to believe Mack when he sings, "You know I'm back like I never left/ Another sprint, another step/ Another day, another breath/ Been chasing dreams, but I never slept,"

Jimmy Fallon approves saying, "That's how you do it." Watch the performance here.

Radio.com is an official news provider for antiMusic.com.
Copyright Radio.com/CBS Local - Excerpted here with permission.

advertisement

Macklemore Music, DVDs, Books and more

Macklemore T-shirts and Posters

More Macklemore News

Share this article
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pin it Share on Reddit email this article


Related Stories


Macklemore Recruits Grandmother For 'Glorious' Video

Macklemore Performs 'Glorious' On The Tonight Show

Macklemore Trying To Balance Career With Fatherhood

Macklemore Releases New Track 'Glorious' Without Ryan Lewis

Macklemore Visits The 'Thrift Shop' As It Closes For Good

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Announces New Album

Macklemore's New Track 'Kevin' About Prescription Drug Addiction

Macklemore's Real Life Thrift Shop Set For Closure

Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Announce North American Tour

Kendrick Lamar And Macklemore Fuel Colbert Vs. Fallon Late Night War


More Stories for Macklemore

Macklemore Music


advertisement



Follow Us:

Contact Us - Privacy - Why we are antiMusic

Copyright© 1998 - 2017 Iconoclast Entertainment Group All rights reserved.

Please click here for legal restrictions and terms of use applicable to this site. Use of this site signifies your agreement to the terms of use.