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It’s only a matter of time before the whole Nigeria get the ‘everyone stay home’ order, some people are like ‘God forbid’, while some people like me are like ‘yes!!’ (Hope my boss doesn’t see this)netflixBecause we are proactive people here and we are planning for the inevitable work from home order, we decided to bring to you a couple of music documentaries on Netflix that could make your stay home problems less boring.

Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé

One year after we all crowded around YouTube streams of Beyoncé’s performance at Coachella 2018, the iconic performance is now available to watch on Netflix (in HD with better camera angles!) in the form of Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé.

Look Mom I Can Fly

Look Mom I Can Fly takes fans behind the scenes of the biggest year in Travis Scott’s career so far. While the film focuses on the creation of his 2018 album, ASTROWORLD, it also chronicles his humble beginnings in Houston and rise to superstardom


There’s no denying you’ve heard Quincy Jones’ records, whether you know it or not — it’s safe to say he’s left his mark on the music industry. Now a career veteran at 85 years old, the industry icon shares insight into his life and career in a documentary directed by his daughter, actress Rashida Jones.

Hip-Hop Evolution

Canadians have a rich tradition of insightful, thorough, and impartial music interviewing, thanks in part to the exemplary work done on television channel MuchMusic over the years—especially newsmagazine show The New Music.

FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened

The disastrous and fraudulent Fyre Festival has been a meme ever since it imploded in epic proportions in 2017 on the Bahamian island of Great Exuma. The festival was marketed to well-to-do millennials and influencers as the most premium and luxurious music festival getaway, and folks bought into it in droves.

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