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Macklemore Collaborator Eric Nally on ‘Sense of Freedom’ in Visual Art

Watch first episode of “Off the Clock” video series, which delves into artists’ hobbies and lesser-known pursuits

Even if you're not familiar with Ohio rock & roll band Foxy Shazam, you still might know their lead singer Eric Nally. His scene-stealing appearance in Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "Downtown" video introduced many music fans to the helium-voiced mustachioed wild man. Foxy Shazam are currently on hiatus, but Nally is keeping busy: He's got a solo album in the works, and when he's not making music, he's creating visual art. In the video above – the first in Rolling Stone's new series "Off the Clock" profiling artists and their passions outside of what they're best known for – we met up with Nally at a Harlem art gallery to get the inside story on the various forms his creativity takes.

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