Country superstar Kane Brown is the subject of a mini-documentary coming to Amazon Music.
Dubbed Velocity, the documentary will highlight Brown’s “meteoric rise to superstardom,” beginning with his humble beginnings posting cover songs to social media, to his impressive sell-out of the STAPLES Center in January.
In addition to interviews with Kane Brown, Velocity will also feature his manager Martha Earls; his wife, Katelyn; agent, Braeden Rountree; day-to-day manager, Nikki Boon; tour manager, Shawn Richesin; friend, David Bliek; and his longtime friend and barber, CT Kutz. The group will focus on all of the moments that led them to the STAPLES Center show, which sold out in just 90 minutes and made Brown one of only a handful of country artists who have headlined the iconic venue.
Along with the mini-documentary, Amazon will also release an Original Live EP, featuring tracks from Brown’s STAPLES Center show.
The just-released Velocity trailer includes behind-the-scenes footage from the STAPLES Center as well as social media clips shared by Brown before he took the country music world by storm.
“It’s literally a dream come true, everything happening the way it did,” Brown shares in the clip.
Velocity is the fifth in a series of mini-documentaries created by Amazon music since the Spring of 2019. Velocity follows Mariah Carey is Christmas: The Story of “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” Still Ill: 25 Years of the Beastie Boys’ Ill Communication, The Birth of Biggie: 25 Years of Ready to Die and Departure, a detailed look at Sharon van Etten’s final days of living in New York City before her move to LA.
The mini-documentary and Live EP will both be available beginning Thursday, February 20.
Fans can check out a preview of Velocity above.