ASAP Ferg releases his contribution to the “Uncle Drew” soundtrack, “Harlem Anthem.”
Kyrie Irving is gearing up to launch his forthcoming movie, Uncle Drew. A month ago, they unleashed the tracklist for the soundtrack. It seems as if a lot more movies have been putting a strong emphasis on the soundtracks as of lately. There’s already been a few releases off of the soundtrack including G-Eazy, YBN Nahmir and Yo Gotti’s “1942” and A$AP Rocky, Gucci Mane and 21 Savage’s “Cocky.” Today, they unleash another cut off of the project with A$AP Ferg.
ASAP Ferg drops off his song from the Uncle Drew soundtrack, “Harlem Anthem.” The production is huge, filled with a massive horn section and intense percussion as Ferg welcomes you to his stomping ground. Ferg pays homage to the Harlem rappers that came before him and paved the way such as Cam’ron and Mase. It’s another dope record from Ferg and another song that build the anticipation for Uncle Drew. This song serves as the first track on the soundtrack
Aside from Ferg, the soundtrack hails features from some of the biggest names in hip-hop. Logic, French Montana, Remy Ma, 2 Chainz, Cousin Stizz, Dipset, Wiz Khalifa and more. Kyrie Irving also has a track on it featuring LunchMoney Lewis. The Uncle Drew soundtrack drops on June 15th.