We're a little less than a month away from the new Uncle Drew movie hitting theaters, but the soundtrack is going to attract all of the attention from the hip-hop community. RCA Records unveiled the official tracklist for the film's soundtrack last week (April 27), which has features from ASAP Rocky, Logic and plenty of other major names.

The album for the movie, which hits theaters on June 29, features 16 tracks and has new songs from tons of our favorite artists including Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, Yo Gotti, Wiz Khalifa, Goldlink, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, G-Eazy, French Montana, Remy Ma and others. There's even some buzzing rap stars on the rise on the tracklist such as YBN Nahmir, Cousin Stizz and Leikeli47. There's even a song by stars of the movie, Kyrie Irving with LunchMoney Lewis.

The Uncle Drew movie soundtrack is slated to drop on June 15, but Tone Stith and 2 Chainz already dropped their collaboration song off the project, "Light Flex," last week. G-Eazy also dropped his "1942" record with Yo Gotti and YBN Nahmir earlier this month, which has reached high success on streaming platforms. Back in February, Rocky already gave fans a taste of the soundtrack with his "Cocky" record with Guwop, Savage and London On Da Track.

Check out the tracklist for Uncle Drew before it drops on June 15 and listen to Tone Stith and 2 Chainz's new song below.

Uncle Drew Movie Soundtrack Tracklist

1. “Harlem Anthem” – A$AP Ferg
2. “1942” – G-Eazy Featuring Yo Gotti and YBN Nahmir
3. “New Thang” – French Montana and Remy Ma
4. “Cocky” – A$AP Rocky, Gucci Mane and 21 Savage Featuring London On Da Track
5. “I Can Feel It” – GoldLink Featuring H.E.R.
6. “Light Flex” – Tone Stith Featuring 2 Chainz
7. “Chain Gang” – Leikeli47 Featuring Clyde Guevara
8. “Ballin” – Logic
9. “Records” – Cousin Stizz
10. “Stronger” – Dipset
11. “I Need Your Lovin” – Nao
12. “Stay” - Khalid
13. “Us” – Kid Ink Featuring Elley Duhé
14. “What’s the Play” – Wiz Khalifa
15. “Clap Your Hands” - Grace
16. “Ridiculous” – Kyrie Irving Featuring LunchMoney Lewis

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