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Hip-hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, who just earned more accolades than any 2013 American Music Awards nominees with six, are a hot ticket these days.

Too hot, in the guys' estimation, when it comes to scalpers marking up their concert tickets for a trio of sold-out shows in their hometown of Seattle.

The "Thrift Shop" rapper and his producer/DJ posted a YouTube video of the former employing various identities to prank call scalpers he found online.

He's pretty funny, especially with the British accent. Check it out:

"Hello, I'm calling about the Craigslist tickets for the Macklemore show," the faux-British rapper said. "I don't know if the bloke is worth 65 bucks a ticket."

"What's even this bloke's best song?" Macklemore mused.

"He's got two of them actually," the woman on the line said.

"Only two songs? Two-hit wonder!" Macklemore replied.

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by Free Britney at . Comments

Kidz Bop, the compilation albums that take Top 40 hits and cover them with cleanly-worded renditions sung by screaming kids and 'tweens, has discovered "Thrift Shop."

The #1 hip-hop hit by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis offers plenty of questionable language to swap out with kid-friendly lyrics, and the Kidz do not disappoint.

Right off the bat, "f--king awesome" becomes "really awesome," and "Walk up to the club like, 'What up? I got a big c--k!'" becomes "Walk up to the club like, 'What up? I got a hit song!'"

"Ice on the fringe, so damn frosty / That people like, 'Damn! That's a cold ass honkey'" is now "Ice on the fringe, it's so, so frosty / The people like, 'Hey! The guy on the marquee!'"

And on and on it goes in unintentionally hilarious fashion.

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