‘j-hope IN THE BOX’ and Other Music Documentaries You Can Watch

‘j-hope IN THE BOX’ and Other Music Documentaries You Can Watch


From Taylor Swift to BTS, these artists give their fans a dive on the musicality of their songs and performances through their own documentaries

Lyrics and sounds that resonate with the audience are enough to put musicians on the map, but it’s their profound sense of music that keeps their discography alive and playing for ages. With the trajectory of the industry, stage presence is a big addition to keeping fans glued to every production. 

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Through music documentaries released by these artists, fans see the other side of their idols not only as musicians, but also as real human beings. After watching one, you will realize that it really does take a village to execute a powerhouse act. With that, here are some of the documentaries of your favorite artists that you can watch on Disney+.


As one of the most iconic music groups of all time, the quartet truly deserves a music documentary. BLACKPINK: The Movie features dance practices, close-up performance shots, and even special “ments” (as coined by fans) from Jennie, Rosé, Jisoo, and Lisa themselves. 

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Super Junior: The Last Man Standing

For a number of longtime fans, the second generation boy group was their introduction to K-Pop. Super Junior: The Last Man Standing is a glimpse of their 17-year journey as idols that Elfs will truly appreciate.

folklore: the long pond studio sessions

This documentary from the singer-songwriter features the stories behind the tracks of Taylor’s album folklore. Together with Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner, Taylor marked first full venture into the indie-alternative-folk genre with the album. She also performed the raw versions of the songs in this one, so this is technically a mini concert, too! 

Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to LA 

Billie gifted her fans a concert film during the pandemic with Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to LA. The documentary also features her brother and fellow artist FINNEAS. Accompanied by conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Bilie did live performances with a mix of animated scenes.

Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u

Bringing back the era of rocking, guitar riffs, and belting of emotions, Olivia garnered three Grammys for her Sour album tracks. In her documentary about the album, she takes a literal trip down memory lane from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles with in-between performances accompanying Olivia’s track walkthrough. 

j-hope IN THE BOX

Just in time for his birthday week, j-hope treats his fans to a look at his creative process, album conceptualization, and live performances with j-hope IN THE BOX. With its release today, Armys will see a new side of the idol’s own identity besides being a member of BTS. 

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