Brown mini-doc, live EP drop this week
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
– Amazon will release a mini-documentary about Kane Brown and a live EP as well this Thursday, it was announced today.
The film, "Velocity," captures Brown's rise from his early days posting clips on social media to his first headlining show at STAPLES Center last month, which sold out in just 90 minutes.
In addition to an interview with Brown, the mini-documentary will feature conversations with his manager Martha Earls; his wife, Katelyn; agent, Braeden Rountree; day-to-day manager, Nikki Boon; tour manager, Shawn Richardson; friend, David Bliek; and his longtime friend and barber, CT Kutz. Throughout Velocity, the group reflects on the moments that led them to the STAPLES Center last month. Alongside the mini-documentary, an Amazon Original Live EP will launch only on Amazon Music, featuring tracks from the headlining performance.
"Velocity" is the fifth mini-documentary created by Amazon Music since last spring withMariah 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 Los Angeles.
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