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Kane Brown is the subject of a newly announced Amazon Music mini-documentary titled “Velocity,” which will debut on February 20.

The project captures Kane’s meteoric rise to superstardom, from his early days posting clips on social media, to his first headlining show Los Angeles’ STAPLES Center last month, which sold out in just 90 minutes and made Brown one of the rare country stars who have played the venue.

In addition to an interview with him, the mini-documentary will feature conversations with his manager Martha Earls; his wife, Katelyn; agent, Braeden Rountree; day-to-day manager, Nikki Boon; tour manager, Shawn Richardson; friend, David Bliek; and his longtime friend and barber, CT Kutz.

Throughout “Velocity,” the group reflects on the moments that led them to the STAPLES Center last month. Alongside the mini-documentary, an Amazon Original Live EP will launch only on Amazon Music, featuring tracks from the headlining performance.