SEATTLE — Grammy Award-winning artist Macklemore filmed a new music video at Thursday night's Seattle Kraken game.
According to the Kraken, fans at the game could be in the music video. Macklemore also gave fans a sneak peek at his new album, "Ben," which comes out March 3, the Kraken said.
The Kraken hosted the Philadelphia Flyers at Climate Pledge Arena. You can see him shooting the video below:
Macklemore, 39, who went to Garfield and Nathan Hale high schools, was introduced alongside Seahawks legend Marshawn Lynch as Kraken minority owners in April. The duo took small stakes in the franchise but said at the time they had big ideas about community engagement and outreach to go along with their financial commitment.
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The "Thrift Shop," "Can't Hold Us" and "Same Love" musician has also been part of the ownership group for the Seattle Sounders since 2019.
"Seattle is my home and as amazing as it is to have a professional hockey team in the city, I'm just as excited that myself and Marshawn are becoming part of the ownership group," Macklemore said in a video the Kraken posted in April. "It took a while to get here and we're in the building."