The true-life story of Harlem's notorious Nicky Barnes, a junkie turned multimillionaire drug-lord, Mr. Untouchable takes its audience deep inside the heroin industry of the 1970s. The most powerful black drug kingpin in New York City history, Barnes came from humble beginnings to make himself and his comrades rich beyond their wildest dreams, ultimately reaching national infamy in 1977 when the New York Times put him on the front cover of their magazine with the headline "Mr. Untouchable."

Soon after, it all came crumbling down, and Barnes found himself serving a life sentence without parole. Feeling Betrayed by his wife and friends while sitting behind bars, Barnes wanted payback, and cooperated with law enforcement by naming names in exchange his freedom under witness protection. With the first hand testimony from "the black Godfather" himself, this documentary tells an epic story of business, excess, greed and revenge.

The film's soundtrack is a 'Mix Tape' featuring remixes of old school songs from the 1970s.
"Mix Tape" Track list:

Dame Dash Intro: Curtis Mayfield "Hard Times"/Bohanon "Save their souls"
James Brown "the boss"/ Nas "Get Down"
James Brown "Down and Out in Newyork City"
James Brown "Pay Back" (Dame/Hi-tek Mix)
George Mcrae "Get Lifted"
James Brown "Mind Power"
War "War-killing the atomic bomb"
Curtis Mayfield "Pusha Man"
CI & CO "We got our own thang"
Willie Hutch "Tell me why our love has turned so cold"
Willie Hutch "Brother's Gonna Work It Out"
24 Carat Black "Ghetto: Misfortunes Wealth"
Bootsy Collins "Rather be with you"
Barry White "Playing your game baby" (wit a twist)
The Miracles "Up Again"
Norman Connors "You are my Starship"
24 Carat Black "Mothers Day"
Isaac Hayes "Do you thing"
Willie Hutch "Love me back"
Dame Dash Outro: Earth Wind & Fire "keep your head to the sky"/Bobbi Humphrey "My Little Girl"