Macklemore recently opened up about his sobriety journey, revealing over the weekend that he was "694 days clean" after relapsing during the pandemic.
The rapper, 39, shared the update in a TikTok video set to his new song, "Chant," which features Tones and I.
"I relapsed during the first summer of Covid. Today I have 694 days clean," he wrote in text superimposed over the video.
The song's chorus, meanwhile, plays in the background of the video: "You can't take my voice from me, I will rise up."
The "Thrift Shop" rapper encouraged others to share their own stories in the comments, captioning the clip, "Love you guys … share your stories below," along with the hashtags #recovery and #chant.
Macklemore, who has been in recovery since 2008, has previously posted about his sobriety journey and has credited his father as the reason he initially sought recovery.
"Getting that help saved my life," he told People back in January. "I hope that people will come out of the shadows, that the guilt and the shame of the disease of addiction lessen and we don't feel like we need to hide anymore."
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