Doomtree to release a documentary in December
Minneapolis hip-hip group Doomtree will soon be releasing a documentary that will give a closer look into the group's seven members. The Team The Best Team documentary will be set over the last year.
"Basically the movie follows Doomtree from the making of No Kings, through the week long Blowout 7 and subsequent whirlwind world tour, and back home on the ground in Minnesota, to get an insight into how the family, crew, and business operate behind the scenes," says LazerBeak. "To me it kind of sums up the eternal question 'Just what is Doomtree?' better than any album ever could."
The documentary will be directed by Chris Handland will come equipped with special bonus features and extras. Team The Best Team will be released on December 11th and is available to pre-order now. You can view a trailer for the documentary below.
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