The Kanye West story is an event “over 21 years in the making.”

On Monday, Netflix debuted the teaser for the documentary series “jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy”, a “three-week global event” coming next month.

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Directed by Clarence Simmons and Chike Ozah (a.k.a. Coodie and Chike, respectively), the documentary will take fans on a journey from Kanye’s earliest days trying to break out in the music industry all the way to his current global superstardom.

Footage stretching back 21 years will give fans a uniquely intimate look at the rise of the music icon, including behind-the-scenes moments from his 2020 presidential run and the death of his mother Donda West in 2017.

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In January, the documentary will have its world premiere virtually at the Sundance Film Festival, followed by a one-day theatrical engagement of “Act 1 (Vision)” on Feb. 10.

“jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy” will make its debut on Netflix on Feb. 16, with new instalments each week.