Macklemore Releases 'My Oh My' Music Video, A Tribute To Dave Niehaus

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A few week's ago, local hip-hop artist Macklemore released My Oh My, a tribute to Seattle legend, and Mariners broadcaster, Dave Niehaus. On Wednesday, he released a full music video for the song. Whether you enjoy hip-hop or not, it's worth a watch.

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The video, like the song, is a touching tribute to Niehaus, whose work as the voice of the Seattle Mariners was a large part of many Northwesterner's lives. It captures many of the iconic landmarks in Seattle while splicing in pictures and videos of Niehaus and the Mariners that invoke fond memories. From the 1995 season to the Kingdome implosion to Safeco Field, it tells a wonderful story, all set to an excellent soundtrack.

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For more from Macklemore, check out his website.

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