The "Jelly Roll: Save Me" documentary trailer follows the singer's career and hardships.

The forthcoming documentary Jelly Roll: Save Me is being teased by ABC News.

On Tuesday's episode of Good Morning America, a trailer for the upcoming film about the country music singer and rapper Jelly Roll was shown.

The documentary Jelly Roll: Save Me examines Jelly Roll's ascent to popularity as well as his problems with mental illness and addiction.

Throughout the course of the video, Jelly Roll is followed as he gets ready for his performance at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

The musician discusses his former time spent behind bars as well as his subsequent work to assist youths who are in danger.

Edward Hambleton and Claire Weinraub served as executive producers for the Hulu original series Jelly Roll: Save Me, which was produced for Hulu by ABC News Studios.

On May 30, the video will have its world premiere on Hulu, just in time for the June 2 release of Jelly Roll's album Whitsitt Chapel.