A documentary on west London artist Digga D is on the way.
Titled Defending Digga D, the documentary follows the life of the artist since his release from prison in May this year, after serving 15 months behind bars.
The documentary is due for release on BBC Three on November 24th, before airing on BBC One on November 27th at 11:55pm.
An official synopsis for the doc on the BBC Three website reads: “Following rapper Digga D as he is released from a 15-month stint in prison. He is intent on making a success of his music career, but that’s not straightforward.”
Documentary maker Marian Mohamed, who worked on the film, said on Twitter: “This year I’ve been working on my first long-form documentary. It’s about the talented Drill rapper @DiggaD_CGM, and his team, who I first met at outside the Feltham prison gates. It’s a story about youth, race and the law.”
Make sure you catch the documentary on the BBC later this month.