One minute in, and I was hooked. Lil Baby is one of my favorite artists, and it's a rewarding thing for any supporter to see the more intimate, introspective moments that shaped the music we've all come to revere and quite literally learn all of the lyrics to. I have to give big props to the production team for delineating the socio-political powers that shaped Lil Baby's life and trajectory. It's the key to understanding how meteoric Baby's rise truly is, and because of the excellent storytelling, you come to appreciate his success all the more. There's so much to take away from this documentary, but one thing that really stood out were the people who always believed in Lil Baby. Hearing Young Thug talk about Baby's talent and trying to keep him away from the street life and Quality Control CEO Pierre "P" Thomas motivating Baby to bet on music really resonated with me. "Untrapped" proves that when we challenge and empower one another to be the greatest version of ourselves, the sky's the limit.