Apr 17, 2013 05:11 PM EDT By Robert Leo

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis 'Cant Hold Us' Music VIDEO & Lyrics, YouTube Premiere

With the overwhelming popularity of his hit song Thrift Shop, Macklemore has catapulted to fame. However, the 29-year-old is looking to prove that he's indeed no one-hit wonder, which he may have done with his latest track, Can't Hold Us, which the music video is now out for.

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis catapulted to fame with the overwhelming popularity of their hit song Thrift Shop and are now looking to prove that they are no one-hit wonder.

The music video for their latest collaboration, Can't Hold Us, was released Wednesday.

"The whole idea of the video is this concept of this flag - this Heist flag - getting passed off to different people all across the world. It's been taken around the world and the idea is now it's getting brought back home to Seattle for the final shot," Macklemore told Fuse.

The music video featuring Ray Dalton shows the 29-year-old riding a dog sled through mountain terrain while holding a flag with his album name. He also can be seen on board a ship and alongside a camel.

Initially launched as a single in 2011, Can't Hold Us was re-released after the Seattle-born rappers and friends garnered attention on a massive scale for Thrift Shop.

Can't Hold Us has doubled in success the second time around, and has been used for a slew of advertisement campaigns. Macklemore, whose real name is Ben Haggerty, and Ryan Lewis even performed the song live at the MTV Music Awards.

Although they have been making music for over ten years, they only started to get attention with their sophomore album The Heist, according to The Huffington Post.

CLICK HERE to view the lyrics to the song.

The official music video for Can't Hold Us can be watched below.

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