ASAP Ferg has his sophomore record coming out in early 2016, and in a recent interview, he revealed that one of the album tracks is a Future-featuring song called “No Levels.” He said the track will drop in early January, following the release of the video for Future’s “Thought It Was A Drought,” which ASAP Ferg directed.

He described the record as his “rags to riches” story, saying that getting fired from a job at Ben & Jerry’s “put the fire under me to become this very ambitious young guy who’s an entrepreneur, doing Adidas deals, and every type of collab you can think about.”

He also rattled off an impressive list of people who contributed to the record: Pharrell, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, DJ Mustard, Clams Casino, and DJ Khalil, the latter of whom he said was the de facto executive producer of the album.

Watch the 12-minute interview below, via MTV News.