Watch Skepta's New Documentary 'Greatness Only' Now

19 December 2016, 16:19

Skepta 'Greatness Only' trailer

The rapper has opened up.

Update

Skepta has finally released his highly-anticipated new documentary 'Greatness Only'.

The Grime MC has linked up with Apple Music for an in-depth look at his meteoric rise over the past 18 months, including his mental breakdown.

Watch Skepta's 'Greatness Only' exclusively via Apple Music here.

14th December 2016

The trailer for Skepta's upcoming documentary 'Greatness Only' has finally dropped.

And it looks incredible.

The documentary is a collaboration between Skepta and Apple Music, and will provide fans with an inside look into the world of the Mercury Prize-winning artist.

Reflecting on the British rapper's career-defining year, the film will also document the run-up to Skepta's legendary show at London’s Alexandra Palace.

In the trailer, however, Skepta also opens up about another very different life-changing event - he recently suffered a nervous breakdown. 

'I wasn't doing what I was doing in the beginning. I was not happy,' he admitted.

'This was a straight nervous breakdown.'

Watch the trailer for 'Skepta: Greatness Only' below:

The documentary features interviews with Skepta's closest friends, family and collaborators including Pharrell Williams and his sister Julie Adenoma, who produced the film.

The 'Konnichiwa' artist discusses the highs and lows of his career, and how he rose to the top of his game.

'I feel like I'm the chosen one, but I chose myself.' the rapper explains in the clip.

'I'm free to be the top of myself. Not the game, not the industry, the top self. The top Skepta.' 

'Skepta: Greatness Only' will premiere exclusively on Apple Music next week on 19th December.

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