[FIRST LOOK] ‘Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby’ Coming To Prime Video
The Story of Lil Baby is coming to Prime Video this Summer, giving fans an up close and personal look at the rapper. Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby will premiere on the streaming network on August 26th.
Lil Baby’s documentary premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
“I’m blessed to be able to tell my story and have people care to hear it,” said Dominique “Lil Baby” Jones. “This film is a real look into my journey, and if it inspires even one person to believe that they can get through hard stuff and dare to follow a dream, then it was worth every penny spent and hour worked. My story is many people’s story and I’m excited to share it.”
Watch the official trailer for Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby below:
And here’s an exclusive clip:
Directed by Karam Gill
Produced by Dominique Jones, Pierre ‘P’ Thomas, Kevin ‘Coach K’ Lee, Karam Gill, Daniel Malikyar, Andrew Primavera, Blase Biello
Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby movie synopsis
Lil Baby has been one of the world’s most impactful artists since his first release in 2017. Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby chronicles the life of the Grammy®-winning rapper, known to friends and family as Dominique Armani Jones, and his meteoric rise to the top of the hip hop world. While still a teenager he became one of the most notorious figures in the streets of West Atlanta before he was arrested and sent to prison. After his release in 2016, he faced a hard choice: Return to the fast money of the streets or take a chance that his charisma and untested talent could bring him success as a rapper. In 2020, his second album, My Turn, was the year’s top seller across all music genres. Today Lil Baby is a devoted father to his two young boys and a powerful voice in the fight for racial justice and police reform. Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby is at once an intimate portrait of a singular artist and activist and an exploration of the systemic oppression that keeps far too many people of color from participating in the American Dream.
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