The Kid LAROI's Amazon Studios Documentary 'Kids Are Growing Up' Drops This Month

The Kid LAROI's new Amazon documentary 'Kids Are Growing Up' debuts 29 February, 2024.
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A new Amazon Studios feature-length documentary detailing the rise of The Kid LAROI will debut later this month on Prime Video.

Directed by Grammy Award nominee Michael D. Ratner and produced by OBB Pictures, 'Kids Are Growing Up' follows Charlton 'The Kid LAROI' Howard in the wake of his global success following the release of 'Stay' with Justin Bieber.

The film chronicles the rapid rise to fame Charlton must navigate alongside struggles with his mental health, first love, and the tragic death of his mentor – the late-great Juice WRLD.

"Thank you to the incredible teams at OBB Pictures and Amazon MGM Studios for their support in sharing my story," the Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter says.

"I can't wait for audiences to see this behind-the-scenes portrayal of my journey, which perfectly encapsulates some of the most rewarding and challenging years of my life and career so far."

Featuring interviews with Charlton as well as Justin Bieber, Post Malone, and other mentors and peers, the documentary follows Charlton ahead of his first world tour and studio album release.

"LAROI's story is truly inspirational," Michael D. Ratner says. "While he's just 20 years old, he's managed to change his circumstances through his artistry and drive, while navigating anxiety, grief, and a variety of issues that his audience can relate to.

"At OBB we strive to partner with the most talented people in the world and we're so honoured that LAROI and his family trusted us to tell this incredible story. We also want to thank Amazon for being such great partners as we continue to collaborate on stories that are both entertaining and impactful."

'Kids Are Growing Up' releases on Prime Video from 29 February. The Kid LAROI song of the same name drops 1 March.

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