Macklemore & Ryan Lewis shoot Grammys promotional video on MTA bus

The artists surprised commuters as part of the “Music Unleashes Us” campaign.

The artists surprised commuters as part of the “Music Unleashes Us” campaign. (1/15/14)

THE BRONX - The Grammys are coming up and one of the show's promotional videos was shot right in New York City.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hopped on an MTA in the Bronx and performed their hit "Can't Hold Us" to a group of unsuspecting commuters. It was all caught on video as Bx6 riders wound up singing and dancing along with the artists.

The surprise performance is part of the Grammys’ "Music Unleashes Us" campaign, which features some of music's biggest names pulling off similar live stunts to capture people's reactions to music.

The Grammys will be held in Los Angeles on Jan. 26.
 

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