He Got Game is a soundtrack and sixth studio album by American hip hop group Public Enemy, released on April 28, 1998 under Def Jam Recordings. It was released as the soundtrack to Spike Lee's 1998 film of the same name and was the group's last album for Def Jam. He Got Game was produced by members of the Bomb Squad, along with producers Abnes Dubose, Danny Saber, D. R. Period, and Jack Dangers.
Public Enemy is one of the most influential and powerful groups in the history of music. Along with DJ Terminator X, Professor Griff and the S1W (Security of the First World), Public Enemy released several classic albums and helped globalize hip-hop with their international live shows. This song led to Public Enemy officially forming and signing with Def Jam Recordings in 1986, leading them to opening on tour for the Beastie Boys as they supported their classic debut album Licensed To Ill. PE released a string of critically acclaimed albums, starting with their 1987 debut Yo!
Album by Public Enemy. Is Your God a Dog. House of the Rising Son. Revelation 33⅓ Revolutions. Politics of the Sneaker Pimps. What You Need Is Jesus. Go Cat Go. Sudden Death (Interlude).