Autumn is over and long cold days of winter days are approaching. But what to do when, finally, we can stay at home on the sofa? We have the solution! Grab your popcorn and make yourself comfortable, here are our favorite music documentaries for your rainy autumn days!
Cold Winter Day Music Documentary Watching List:
Origins of Hip Hop
2022 was also the year for A&E Network‘s release of the Music documentary series “Origins of Hip Hop.”
“Origins of Hip Hop” is an eight hours series that explores the careers and private lives of eight hip hop rappers. Busta Rhymes, Eve, Fat Joe, Grandmaster Flash, Ice-T, Ja Rule, Lil Jon, and Uncle Luke are the protagonists of the series narrated by Nas. From the origins to the pick of each artist’s career, the series discusses the journeys that led the rappers to success. Further, the series is very personal, with personal and intimate confessions. It also includes moments with family members, friends and colleagues.
Olivia Rodrigo’s Driving Home 2 U
Olivia Rodrigo’s Drive Home 2 U, the road documentary about her Sour tour. In detail, the artist brings us in her tour and shows the true life of an artist on the road. She also discusses her songs and her songwriting process. The documentary is interesting for all those who are into the singer and her young stardom.
Women Who Rock
Finally, we picked for you one of the most compelling and powerful music documentaries of the recent years. “Women Who Rock” is a series of four episodes. It is segmented into decades, presenting and analyzing the main women in rock of the decades. Starting from the 60s, passing through the 70s, 80s and 90s, the series arrives to the 2000s showing what once was not obvious for everyone: women can rock too.
In the series, multiple artists appear. Some include: Kate Pierson of The B-52’s, Nancy Wilson of Heart, Mavis Staples, Aimee Mann, Tori Amos, Tina Weymouth of the Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club, Chaka Khan, Pat Benatar, Sheila E., Macy Gray and Rickie Lee Jones.