ASAP Ferg paid plenty of homage to his hometown on his latest single, "Harlem Anthem." As the third single from the upcoming Uncle Drew soundtrack, the song's funk-filled, sample-heavy vibe matches perfectly with Ferg's commanding flow. Of course, he shouts out Harlem legends Cam'ron and Mase on the track, too. Check out the video up top.

The film, which stars NBA star Kyrie Irving, boasts a pretty star-studded soundtrack apart from this record, including Logic, French Montana, Remy Ma, 2 Chainz, Dipset and more. Two other songs from the soundtrack have already dropped, including G-Eazy, YBN Nahmir and Yo Gotti's single "1942", which recently got the video treatment, and A$AP Rocky, Gucci Mane and 21 Savage's single "Cocky."  For all of the star's on the film's soundtrack, the movie itself has a pretty impressive cast as well, including Rel Howery, Nick Kroll, Shaquille O'Neal, Chris Webber, Tiffany Haddish, Reggie Miller, Nate Robinson, and Lisa Leslie all alongside Irving.

Ferg has been keeping busy lately, recently dropping a collab with production duo Yellow Claw called "Fake Chanel," as well as providing an unlikely verse for a Tiffany & Co. campaign.

 The full soundtrack drops on June 15th, while the film hits theaters on June 29.