After announcing his Greatness Only documentary with Apple Music not too long ago, Skepta has shared the full 30 minute documentary. Released exclusively on Apple Music, the Julie Adenuga-directed documentary recaps Skepta's rise from his Blacklisted mixtape in 2012 to the release of his latest album, Konnichiwa. Dropping the album earlier this year to a lot of attention, Skepta's rise to fame has only continued to accelerate throughout 2016.
Discussing the making of three of the biggest singles behind Konnichiwa, "That's Not Me," "Shutdown," and "It Ain't Safe," Skepta shows the original beats behind the tracks. He also tells the story of how the "That's Not Me" beat came to be, explaining a fateful trip to Paris on his own to catch a DJ set. There's also a moment in which he discusses his nervous breakdown following the release of his poorly received album Doin' It Again, and how it was a big turning point for him.
Pharrell also makes an appearance in the documentary talking about their collaboration, "Numbers." The documentary all leads up to his big show at Alexandra Palace, which was streamed on Apple Music earlier this month and makes a couple of appearances.
Watch the trailer for Greatness Only above, and watch the full documentary here via Apple Music.