Apple Music will release a documentary about the making of One Direction's Harry Styles' latest album. 'Harry Styles: Behind the Album' will be available exclusively via Apple Music on Monday.
The film will feature footage of Styles recording in a studio in Jamaica (the same one as used by Rihanna and Drake), and rehearsing with his new band at London's Abbey Road Studios.
Ben Winston, who directed One Direction's music videos and the 2013 tour documentary 'This is Us', was involved in the making of it.
Apple has been making a big push for original content of late. As well as commissioning original shows like 'Carpool Karaoke' and 'Planet of the Apps', the tech giant offers three exclusive music documentaries via its Apple Music streaming service: Taylor Swift's '1989' World Tour, a history of the 808 drum machine, and 'Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives'.
'Up Next', meanwhile, shines a spotlight on a different up and coming artist each month.
Rival streaming service Spotify also offers some exclusives of its own, notably a documentary about Metallica's early years.
Source: Apple Music (Twitter)