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How to Watch the Rap, Drill Music Series ‘Jungle’ Premiere for Free on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV or Mobile – The Streamable

A slick new show about music, dance and other artsy pursuits in contemporary London debuts on Prime Video this week. “Jungle” moves to the beat of rap and drill music and features a number of real-life musicians who populate the city’s arts community. The new six-episode series will debut Friday, September 30 on Prime Video, and you can stream it with a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime Video.

How to Watch the ‘Jungle’ Premiere

About the first “Jungle”

Deeply immersed in the often misunderstood world of rap and drill music, “Jungle” is built around what is described as “rhythmic storytelling”, meant to mimic the music itself. The plot of the series follows a group of young people in modern London, each facing an individual struggle of their own.

The cast, many of whom are actual musicians, includes Nadia A’Rubea, Amaria BB, Ezra Elliott, Jordan McCann, Unknown T, Tinie Tempah, Big Narstie, Dizzee Rascal, Rimzee, IAMDDB, BandoKay, J Fado, K Koke, Skengdo , AM, Poundz, M24, Jaykae and Double Lz. Created by music video director Chas Appeti and music director Junior Okoli, of Nothing Lost, the series was first commissioned by Prime Video in the summer of 2020.

The series offers both visual style and feel, a blend of music and dialogue, unlike any other show currently on television. It’s the first major series to debut on Prime Video since ‘Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ arrived in early September.

What devices can you use to stream “Jungle” on Prime Video?

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“Jungle”, official UK trailer