THE new upcoming HULU documentary shows the whirlwind rise to fame and unexpected death of rapper XXXTentacion.
Look at Me: XXXTentacion offers a sensitive portrayal of the artist who left an indelible mark on his generation before his death at the age of 20 – here’s how you can watch it.
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How to watch Look at Me: XXXTentacion
The documentary will premiere on Hulu on Thursday, May 26.
This title will become available on the platform after midnight PT (03:01 am ET), as Hulu typically releases content at this time.
Since the documentary is a Hulu original series, the easiest thing you can do is subscribe to the Hulu On-Demand service to watch it.
You just need to fill in your details to create an account on the platform and then select one of the two base plans available.
A Hulu plan is $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year, and the commercial-free Hulu plan costs $12.99 per month, both of which have a generous 30-day free trial.
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What is Look at Me: XXXTentacion about?
Hulu’s latest documentary looks at the rise to fame and controversial past of late rapper XXXTentacion.
Born as Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, X’s 2015 breakout song Look At Me pushed the young rapper to superstar fame.
His debut album 17 reached No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
Although he gained mainstream success, the rapper faced a list of allegations and legal charges including the assault of his pregnant girlfriend, Geneva Ayala.
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At the time of his death in 2018, he was reported to be facing up to 15 felony charges, all of which he pleaded not guilty.
The Hulu documentary, which is directed by Sabaah Folayan, looks at the chronicles of his journey from his early popularity as a SoundCloud artist to his death during an armed robbery.
It also features archival footage of the star as well as conversations between his family and team.
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The documentary will also give an insight into his struggles with mental health and his bipolar disorder.
Speaking about the documentary, Folayan told Billboard, “He didn’t necessarily win his battle before we lost him, but he gave us a space to talk about mental health and his internal struggle.”