2Pac – Ghetto Gospel (Official Music Video)


(radio chatter) (helicopter hovering) (sirens wailing) (woman sobs) – [Tupac] Hit ’em with
a little ghetto gospel – [Elton John] Those
who wish to follow me – [Tupac] My ghetto gospel – [Elton] I welcome
with my hands And the red sun sinks at last Into the hills of gold And peace to this young warrior without the sounds of guns – [Tupac] If I could
recollect before my hood days I sit and reminisce Thinking of bliss
and the good days I stop and stare at the younger My heart goes to ’em They tested with
stress that they under And nowadays, things change. Everyone’s ashamed of the youth ‘Cause the truth look strange And for me, it’s reversed. We left ’em a
world that’s cursed And it hurts ‘Cause any day they’ll
push the button And all come in like Malcolm X or Bobby Hutton died for nothing Don’t it make you get teary The world looks dreary When you wipe your
eyes, see it clearly There’s no need
for you to fear me If you take your
time and hear me Maybe you can learn to cheer me It ain’t about black or
white ’cause we human I hope we see the light
before it’s ruined, My ghetto gospel – [Elton] Those who
wish to follow me – [Tupac] My ghetto gospel – [Elton] I welcome
with my hands And the red sun sinks at last Into the hills of gold And peace to this young warrior Without the sound of guns – [Tupac] Tell me do
you see that old lady Ain’t it sad Living out of bags Plus she’s glad for the
little things she has And over there, there’s a lady Crack got her crazy Guess who’s giving
birth to a baby I don’t trip or let it fade me From out the fryin’ pan We jump into another
form of slavery Even now I get discouraged Wonder if they take it all back Will I still keep the courage I refuse to be a role model I set goals, take control, drink out my own bottles I make mistakes, but
learn from every one And when it’s said and done I bet this brother
be a better one If I upset you, don’t
stress, never forget That God isn’t
finished with me yet I feel his hand on my brain When I write rhymes, I go blind and let the Lord do his thing But am I less holy ‘Cause I chose to puff a and drink a beer with my homies Before we find world peace We gotta find peace and
end the war in the streets My ghetto gospel – [Elton] Those who
wish to follow me – [Tupac] My ghetto gospel – [Elton] I welcome
with my hands And the red sun sinks at last Into the hills of gold And peace to this young warrior Without the sound of guns – [Tupac] Lord can
you hear me speak To pay the price
of being hell bound

100 thoughts on “2Pac – Ghetto Gospel (Official Music Video)

  1. 2pac
    Prince
    Freddie Mercury
    Michael Jackson
    Aretha Franklin
    Whitney Houston
    Easy E
    Biggie

    Legends of all types of music gone but never forgotten ✊🏾✊🏾

  2. ‏It's time to show up⚰️ghost💀7
    ‏You should come back home right now .
    ‏Situations are not good man They could not keep your secret
    Back dude 😩you say that :
    ‏I am coming, expect me like you expect the
    ‏ Jesus come back
    You tell us 🤦🏻‍♀️💦

  3. "If I upset you don't stress, never forget that God hasn't finished with me yet".
    Everytime I listen this line it hits me that pac is no more.

  4. До сих пор больно это смотреть. На как же офигенно они звучат

  5. Uh, hit em with a little ghetto gospel

    Those who wish to follow me
    My ghetto gospel
    I welcome with my hands
    And the red sun sinks at last
    Into the hills of gold
    And peace to this young warrior
    Without the sound of guns

    If I could recollect before my hood days
    I sit and reminisce
    Thinking of bliss and the good days
    I stop and stare at the younger
    My heart goes to em
    They tested with stress that they under
    And nowadays things change
    Everyone's ashamed of the youth 'cause the truth look, strange
    And for me it's reversed
    We left em a world that's cursed
    And it hurts
    'Cause any day they'll push the button
    And all come in like Malcolm X or Bobby Hutton died for nothing
    Don't it make you get teary
    The world looks dreary
    When you wipe your eyes see it clearly
    There's no need for you to fear me
    If you take your time and hear me
    Maybe you can learn to cheer me
    It ain't about black or white 'cause we human
    I hope we see the light before it's ruined, my ghetto gospel

    Those who wish to follow me
    My ghetto gospel
    I welcome with my hands
    And the red sun sinks at last
    Into the hills of gold
    And peace to this young warrior
    Without the sound of guns

    Tell me do you see that old lady
    Ain't it sad
    Living out of bags
    Plus she's glad for the little things she has
    And over there there's a lady
    Crack got her crazy
    Guess who's giving birth to a baby
    I don't trip or let it fade me
    From out of the fryin' pan
    We jump into another form of slavery
    Even now I get discouraged
    Wonder if they take it all back
    Will I still keep the courage
    I refuse to be a role model
    I set goals, take control, drink out my own bottles
    I make mistakes but learn from every one
    And when it's said and done
    I bet this brother be a better one
    If I upset you don't stress never forget
    That God isn't finished with me yet
    I feel his hand on my brain
    When I write rhymes I go blind and let the Lord do his thing
    But am I less holy
    'Cause I chose to puff a blunt and drink a beer with my homies
    Before we find world peace
    We gotta find peace and end the war in the streets
    My ghetto gospel

    Those who wish to follow me
    My ghetto gospel
    I welcome with my hands
    And the red sun sinks at last
    Into the hills of gold
    And peace to this young warrior
    Without the sound of guns

    Lord can you hear me speak
    To pay the price of being hellbound

  6. Super geniuse.2 pac one of the best DJ just says rest in peace u living threw.music rest in peace u one of the greatest u b teaching love peace unity u drop a lot of spiritual traxs

  7. “It ain’t about black or white cause we’re all human” that line is better then the entire careers of both lil Pump and 6ix9ine time 4,000

  8. How could someone hate on tupac !? This man was real rapper, activist he was talking about real things happening in world . Rip to a legend he'll always be the greatest ever

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