Do You Feel Me?

Album: American Gangster soundtrack (2007)
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  • This is the first single from the soundtrack to the Denzel Washington movie American Gangster. Written by Diane Warren, it finds Hamilton asking his girl if they share a connection.
  • The film American Gangster takes place in the '70s, and this song was produced to sound like it was from that era. Of the 14 songs on the soundtrack, 8 were recorded specifically for the album and many of those were done in a '70s style. >>
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    Bertrand - Paris, France
  • Hamilton appears in the movie as part of a funk band.
  • Hank Shocklee produced this track. Shocklee was a member of the "Bomb Squad," who were responsible for Public Enemy's beats. Public Enemy's "Can't Truss It" is also on the American Gangster soundtrack, as are 4 of Shocklee's own tracks.

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  • Clubber Lange from Ocean Gate, NjWe need more Anthony Hamilton songs on here...
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