Jelly Roll teased his new ABC News documentary Jelly Roll: Save Me, a film about the life of the country music singer/rapper. According to a film synopsis, the documentary follow the country-rap sensation’s “journey of redemption in real time as he works through his mental health and addiction struggles and grapples with his rising fame.”
Jelly Roll: Save Me explores Jelly Roll’s rise to fame and his mental health and addiction struggles, and follows the artist as he prepares for his hometown show at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The singer also shares details about his previous incarcerations, and subsequently, his efforts to help at-risk youth.
Jelly Roll: Save Me is set to premiere May 30 exclusively on Hulu before the release of the his debut country album ‘Whitsitt Chapel,’ which will arrive on June 2 via BBR Music Group. Take a look at the documentary trailer – here.
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