Demi Lovato’s “Dancing with the Devil” comes out on March 23rd, in the meantime, here are 13 music documentaries you can watch right now.
1. Billie Eilish “The World’s A Little Blurry” on Apple TV.
2. Framing Britney Spears (FX and Hulu)
The episode addresses the legal challenges Spears has encountered with the conservatorship. Stream it via the FX website and on Hulu.
3. BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky (Netflix)
Proving that music knows no borders or language barriers, BLACKPINK: LIGHT UP THE SKY offers a personal look at the four members of BLACKPINK, from their years as trainees to their current global success as the most popular K-pop girl group of all time.
4. The Jonas Brothers: Chasing Happiness (Amazon Prime)
Follow the Jonas Brothers’ on their journey to pop superstardom, stunning breakup and the reunion that inspired their upcoming album “Happiness Begins.”
5. Gaga: Five Foot Two (Netflix)
From Walmart shopping trips to doctors visits to rocking the Super Bowl Halftime Show, it’s Lady Gaga as you’ve never seen her in this revealing documentary. Directed by Chris Moukarbel. GAGA: FIVE FOOT TWO follows the superstar at her most vulnerable moments as she pushes through chronic pain, heartbreak and produces a soul-blooming album.
6. Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (Amazon Prime)
This intimate, in-depth look at Beyoncé’s celebrated 2018 Coachella performance reveals the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement.
7. Miss Americana (Netflix)
Director Lana Wilson’s Taylor Swift documentary Miss Americana
8. “Simply Complicated” (YouTube)
This features candid interviews with Demi Lovato about navigating childhood stardom and addiction.
9. “One Direction: This Is Us” (Amazon Prime)
Take a look at the band’s explosive success in the early 2010s.
10. Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap (Amazon Prime)
Ice-T takes us on a deeply personal journey to uncover how this music of the street has grown to dominate the world. Along the way Ice-T meets some of the remarkable superstars of Rap, from Eminem to Dr Dre, to Snoop Dogg and Kanye West. He exposes the roots and history of Rap and then, through meeting most of it’s most famous protagonists studies the living mechanism of the music to reveal The Art Of Rap. This film features unique performances from it’s entire cast and does not use any archive material.
11. Travis Scott: “Look Mom I Can Fly” (Netflix)
The documentary offers snippets of the rapper’s Houston roots, love of amusement parks, and love of the craft.
12. Katy Perry The Movie: Part of Me (Amazon Prime)
The autobiographical doc and concert film, directed by Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz, features interviews with Perry, her friends and family as fans get a glimpse into the pop star’s inspiring life. The film features clips from her childhood and teenage years, her career, personal life plus performances from her worldwide California Dreams tour.
13. Amy (Netflix)
A heart-breaking journey that tells the story of Amy Winehouse’s life and career.