HBO has finally released the trailer of the Juice WRLD documentary titled Into The Abyss, a never-before-seen collection of raw footage showing the artist’s most vulnerable and intimate moments.
Juice WRLD Into The Abyss: What is the documentary about?
Bill Simmons, who produced the HBO-released DMX documentary, returns with a closer look into the life of Jarad Anthony Higgins, a rapper from Chicago, Illinois, who died from a drug overdose at Midway International Airport, on 8 December 2019.
According to producers of the Juice WRLD documentary, “the film includes a wealth of never-before-seen footage, including several unreleased tracks, and dozens of industry interviews as it details Juice WRLD’s struggles to reconcile his meteoric rise to fame with underlying mental health issues and a growing dependency on prescription drugs.”
Watch the trailer below:
LISTEN: Juice WRLD drops Wandered to LA
The release of the documentary trailer, which will be exclusively available on HBO Max from Thursday 16 December 2021, was pre-empted by Wandered to LA, a brand new posthumous single from the Chicago rapper which features a guest appearance from Justin Bieber.
The song is the official single to Juice WRLD upcoming album Fighting Demons which is scheduled to drop on Friday 10 December 2021.
How to watch Juice WRLD documentary
The upcoming documentary is an HBO Max exclusive, therefore fans will need to have a subscription to watch it. In South Africa, unfortunately, HBO Max is not available.
This, however, does not mean that you can’t tune into the premiere.
The simplest way to avoid missing out on the documentary is subscribing to a well-reputed virtual private network (VPN). This software hides your computer’s IP address and cloaks it with a mask that tricks the browser into thinking that the request comes from another location.
In essence, a VPN can make a browser think your connection is pinging from the United States, from the comfort of your basement in Cape Town, South Africa.
With a reputed VPN subscription activated, South Africans can download and sign up to HBO Max for a maximum monthly premium of R205 ($14.99).