About a week ago, Baton Rouge, La. rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again was released from East Baton Rouge Jail after serving time for his alleged role in a drive-by shooting. Today (May 30), he's unveiled a celebratory video for his new song, "Untouchable," produced by D. Brooks Exclusive. Watch the video below.

The new visual, which begins with a clip of Meek Mill telling him NBA he needs to leave his hometown or die, features footage from the first day he got out of jail. Throughout the vid, we see YoungBoy celebrating his freedom as he jumps into the pool with his friends and reunites with his family.

Seeing NBA YoungBoy enjoying all of this wholesome fun with the folks he calls his loved ones reminds you that even though he's got a past in the streets, he's still just a 17-year-old kid. He was recently released from jail earlier than expected after pleading guilty to lesser charges of aggravated assault with a weapon.

The hook for the feel-good track finds YoungBoy pledging loyalty to the folks in his circle, and the verses find him rapping about his release from jail and his return to the path of success.

"I remember I wanted to quit so many times/But I know this moment would come, now it's my time/I gotta make up for all them nights that my momma cried/I'm going in, I'm putting everything on the line," YoungBoy raps in the song.

You can check out the new visual for yourself below.

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