CHASING HAPPINESS (PRIME VIDEO)

The Jonas Brothers were once one of the biggest boy bands of all time. But life forced the boys to all go their own ways. Chasing Happiness showcases the lives of the Jonas Brothers before and after fame. From Nick Jonas’ solo journey to Kevin Jonas’ life as a new father, the docu-series gives us a glimpse into their lives, which once remained a secret.

 FREE MEEK (PRIME VIDEO)



Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill was thrown behind bars at the age of 19 over alleged drug charges, and was on probation for 11 years. Years later, he’s still being thrown into prisons on false charges and accusations. Free Meek magnifies Meek’s life as a black man stuck in America’s justice system more than his career as an artiste.

 ROLLING THUNDER REVUE: A BOB DYLAN STORY BY MARTIN SCORSESE (NETFLIX)



What happens when one of the biggest musicians of all time goes on a tour to just play in small venues in unknown cities? Rolling Thunder Revue is the story of Bob Dylan’s tour that went down as one of the most unconventional tours of all time. This unique story comes from the mind of the legendary film-maker Martin Scorsese

UNSOLVED (NETFLIX)

As big as their lives were, their deaths were even bigger. Biggie Smalls aka The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac were the biggest rap stars of their time and their deaths still remain a mystery. Unsolved takes us on a journey and forces one to question whether their deaths were because of gang violence, or just cold-blooded murders.

HIP-HOP EVOLUTION (NETFLIX)

Today, Hip-Hop is arguably the biggest and most successful of music genres. But it wasn’t always like that. Hip-Hop Evolution tells us how the growth exactly happened. From the times of De La Soul to the birth of the legendary Tupac Shakur, we get to see it all. The series boasts of priceless stories and unforgettable interviews.

REMASTERED: THE TWO KILLINGS OF SAM COOKE (NETFLIX)

 

Sam Cooke is considered to be the father of modern soul music. He was seen more as a representative of the African-American community than just a music star. At the same time, he was seen as a threat by some members of the white community in America. ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke delves into what made Cooke so dangerously famous and vulnerable as a black man in white America.