New Video: Ghostface Killah “2Getha Baby”

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A month after the release of Apollo Kids, that powers that be have finally given Ghostface a video to the album’s first single. Damn shame. Get it 2getha, Def Jam!

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  • So Icy Boi!’s Stepfather’s

    Ghostface Killah > Gucci Mane

    BURRRRRRR

  • So Icy Boi!’s Stepfather

    Fuck Brick Squad

    Long Live NY Hip Hop

  • So Icy Boi!’s Stepfather

    CHEAP VIDEO??!! ALTHOUGH I LIKE APOLLO KIDS!!!! HA!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • GUARE

    the album go hard.. classic ghost.. its crazy .. this nigga gotta go thru all this just for one video… but whateva.. good work my nigga.. keep that heat.. i continue to support.. peace to the gods

  • mac DIESEL

    AIN’T REALLY FEELIN’ THIS GHOSTFACE TRACK!!!! VIDEO IS WUTEVER!!!! SEEN IT A MILLION TIMES BEFORE!!!! C’MON GHOST, U CAN DO BETTER THAN THIS!!!!

    ….AND IT’S STILL FUCK YOU L.A. RIED AND THE WHOLE DEF JAM STAFF IN 2011!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • So Icy Boi!’s Stepfather

    ….AND RAEKWON’S GONNA KILL 2011!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • darius

    The track is bangin’ and the video is made to suit Ghostface’s style.He has real class.So it’s all good.

  • http://mydescentintomadness.wordpress.com Tim Lundmark

    I could just never get rap. Don’t get me wrong I like some of the stuff out there, but in general I think rap is a horrible thing and has contributed to the deterioration of our society. Prior to rap there was still violence but not in the degree there is today. There were still street gangs, but nothing like they are today. Prior disputes were settled with fights, and a possible knife. Once the rap culture hit the scenes gangs became more popular and more violent. I think it has created a generation of men who degrade woman, and woman who feel like it is okay to be degraded. I am not going to even touch what it has done to “white” suburbia. There is nothing worse than a white kid who thinks he is a hard ass gangsta just because of the music he listens to. I could go on and on, but I will spare you my opinions.

  • LYRICALDETOX

    hip hop …..hip hop…… it’s the GHOST !!!!!!!!!!

    n!ggaz iS sleepin on thiS joint yo……. word uP !

  • Ym

    Not very special, weak loopy beat…. didnt like the lp either… expected better, or blames defjam i guess…

  • papology

    Very unprofessional, Def Jam.

  • mac DIESEL

    @ Tim Lundmark

    “I could go on and on, but I will spare you my opinions”

    THANK U TIM FOR SPARING US WIT YOUR FUCKIN’ STUPIDITY AND YOUR RETARDED LOGIC!!!! TO BLAME A RAP GENRE FOR VIOLENCE AND GANG POPULARITY IS SUCH A COP-OUT!!!! GO BACK UNDER YA SUBURBAN ROCK!!!! U FUCKIN’ DUMMY!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • http://mydescentintomadness.wordpress.com Tim Lundmark

    This is the ignorance I am talking about. You say “don’t hate on my opinion” yet you lash out like a child throwing a temper tantrum because somebody believes differently than you. I just stopped by and decided to voice my opinion. Unfortunately it has fallen on childish ignorant ears. A healthy debate would have been fine, but instead of expressing a valid point you lash out in insults (hello ignorance)

  • puerto-black

    top 5 dead or alive wallebee kingpin

  • http://apollokidz.com/ Apollo Kidz

    How is he able to have an album released every year on def jam and he only sells like 20k records? Something smells fishy…

  • mac DIESEL

    @ Tim Lundmark

    I DON’T HATE YA OPINION BUT I THINK IT’S STUPID AND IT HAS NO LOGIC!!!! THERE’S NOTHIN’ TO DEBATE ABOUT TIM!!!! TO BLAME RAP MUSIC AS A WHOLE FOR VIOLENCE AND GANGS WITHOUT FACTS, THERE IS NO DEBATE!!!! IF ANYTHING, UR THE MISINFORMED IGNORANT ONE!!!! SO BYE-BYE ASSHOLE!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • Word

    @Tim Lundark

    Thats cuz nobody gives a fuck about your opinion. How you gonna blame violence on rap? Why not that heavy metal bullshit that has kids slitting their wrists and what not?

  • slimshady

    @ Tim Lundmark

    What the fuck does your original post have to do with the fucking video? Do you see guns? Gangs? etc etc? GTFO.

  • Black Shady

    I dont like this single

  • The Hater

    Gangs, violence, and all of that shit have always been a part of the lower class community where this music spawns from. It was always prevalent, the only way you think it’s worse now is if you never been a part of it firsthand. Growing up for me it was always right there, the drugs and violence are images still engraved in my mind years before I got into rap music as a kid. It’s only someone in suburbia who would think the music encourages the nonsense bcuz the nonsense always been there for me. In a community where the school system is poor, so education is poor, which leads to poor paying jobs, which leads to desperation and so omes the crime. East New York Brooklyn waddup!!

  • http://capturingthoughtz.com CapturingThoughtz

    Tony Sparks does it again! Keep hitten um in the head.”Think,focus and envision.” capturingthoughtz.com @thoughtzcrew

  • http://mydescentintomadness.wordpress.com Tim Lundmark

    @ Slimshady,

    It really didn’t have anything to do with the video. I was bored at the moment and stumbled upon this blog, and I felt inspired to post a brief overview of one of my philosophies on the subject. I suppose I was looking for some healthy debate. You say your side I say mine, you know an actual intellectual conversation. I may be way off base. This is a theory or my philosophy on how and why violence has increased over the years. I was looking for a healthy conversation, but for some reason you attack instead of giving your theories in an adult manner. I lived half my life on the North Side of Minneapolis, which is by far the most dangerous part in our state, and half my life was in the burbs. I took my connections in the city and turned the surrounding communities into my territory. I have been through and done things which you only hear about in your songs. I have seen slum and desperation where your only way out of your situation is through crime. Like I said I was looking for a healthy debate, like I said before unfortunately I will get none here.

  • slimshady

    @ Tim Lundmark.

    You keep saying “your” songs, “your” songs. What are you trying to imply? This is RapRadar- a rap website- not a place to engage in a theoretical discussion. If you want to engage in a healthy debate, be my guest, but your theory that rap music is entirely responsible for violence is ludicrous. If you present a study that proves causation, then maybe anyone on this site would engage in this “healthy” debate you’re begging for.

  • mac DIESEL

    Tim Lundprick

    U STILL HERE ASSHOLE??? FUCK YOU AND YA RACIST NARROW- MINDED VIEWED CAVE MAN PHILOSOPHIES!!!! GO TO ONE OF THOSE WEBSITES THAT PERPETUATES THE BULLSHIT RHETORIC U TALKIN’ ABOUT!!!! GET THE FUCK OFF THIS WEBSITE!!!! FUCKIN’ ASSHOLE!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • http://rapradar.com spliggidy splash

    @ Tim

    Im your huckleberry. You seem to spend a lot of energy in saying you have philosophies and a craving for intelligent debate and conversation but fail to make any relevant points. Hip hop is an art and a genre of music that came from so many prior forms of music. It’s a living symbol of the creativity that came from under privilaged and poverty infested people. A sound that has captured the world after so many different entities tried and tried to dismiss it. What about movies? Do they have any role in this “increase in violence?”. Should we stop making movies also because some kid takes it too far? We’ve all seen pain and struggle, there’s no need to jump so quickly into your “qualifications”. You got to have some nerve or just plain ignorant to the culture to try and make such an observation like that. If you’re really trying to take that stance, then you’re telling me you’ve never seen a rated R movie or listen to any artist that has sinned in his life. Is that correct?

  • http://mydescentintomadness.wordpress.com Tim Lundmark

    @slimshady
    since I have been met with such love I will move on. My theory is not that rap is solely responsible for the increase in violence, but you cannot deny it has played a role. If I did not make myself clear about this I apologize. Through out history music and media has shaped societies. Think back to the sixties and seventies where the hippy movement altered history. When you are young and growing up you are influenced by media whether it be music, video games, movies, internet, or what have you. When you are raised on violence the result will be violence. I am not saying “your” songs in a derogatory form. I was summing it up as a generalization of the music as a whole. I respect I have placed an invitation to debate on the wrong site and I apologize. I know this to be a valid argument because as the music changed into gangster rap, so did the dynamics of the community. I started carrying a gun in the fifth grade, although the use of said gun was not a necessity. I was strapped not just because of rap, but it played a role in the need to protect. The dynamics of the “owned” territories changed to a shoot first mentality. Whether this was due to rap music is up for debate, but I know what I lived through, I know what I have done, and to me I see a correlation. I was lucky to make it out of that life, without to much damage done. So with that I am out. Shot-Gun Crips bitches.

  • http://mydescentintomadness.wordpress.com Tim Lundmark

    @spliggity,
    Thank you for the thoughtful response. I think I did not come off how I wanted to. Like I said to slim media in general plays a role in how our society is shaped. Rap is but one aspect of this. I respect the artists for what they are able to do. Like I said I do enjoy the genera, I just disagree with some of the messages it brings. Like I said to slim I posted my point of view on a forum which it didn’t belong.

  • Brahsef

    @Lundmark

    It wasn’t rap that increased the violence in poor neighborhoods, it was drugs…specifically crack. No one’s gonna kill someone cause it’s cool. People kill each other because of drug money.

    And what response do you expect when you come in here with your holier than thou act. You’re condescendingly nice, which is fucking annoyin as shit.

  • http://mydescentintomadness.wordpress.com Tim Lundmark

    @Brahsef,

    Not trying to be condescendingly nice, I am just trying to show respect. I agree the inflitration of crack and the neccissary needs to protect your turf was a neccisary evil. Lets step back and take out the “life” and focus our attention beyond this aspect. The “game” would still be the “game” regardless of rap music. My point on this aspect is the shorties we bring into the life. I noticed the penchant towards more violence increased with the youngsters. We were in constant battle with the rolling 30’s. It was tough to be initiated. Perhaps because I had a conscience. I noticed in time it just became easier and easier.

    Killing wasn’t cool, but it bought you cred. It was a notch under your belt, and my dreams are still haunted. I took an over generalization and just spit it out there. I should have thought my idea out better, and not painted with such a broad brush. When I went out to the burbs and started a faction of the SGC I noticed the suburbian kids were all decked out and were by all sense of the word false flaggers. I noticed these kids who had never lived the game mimiced what their perception of it was. These kids had no experience in the game, but because of rap they thought they had it all figured out. Perhaps that is the point I am trying to make.

  • LouieJ

    @ Tim Lundmark

    Yo Home Boy, why the hellz are you even on dis shit if you dont like rap? This website is called Rap Radar cuh.

  • Belize

    Dope as fuck!

  • money mitch

    who the fuck is tim lundMARK?

    like anyone on here wants to read your bullshit fuckin essays

  • darius

    Tim Lundmark is a well known keyboard gangster turned phillosopher that now preaches against the satanic works of hip hop.But he has a right to, because he has seen with his own eyes the desperation in the slums.

    Like a I said “keyboard gangster”.GTFO!

  • AnuKiNSkywalker

    Dope video 10 bitches in there nice track to go this 1 for hip hop.

  • THAT NIGGA

    WOW NICE VIDEO BUT YALL ROASTED THE HELL OUT OF TIM!!!!!! SORRI LUNDMARK CANT CUM ON RAP RADAR EXPRESSION OPINIONS CAUSE NIGGAS DONT GIVE A FUCK…………AND NICE ESSAYS LOL

  • nofilter

    video looks like it cost $35.00 dollars and a carton of Malboro lights # please step it up