The short-form video platform has released a new trailer for its upcoming "&Music" docuseries, ahead of its launch on April 6.
"&Music," produced by OBB Pictures & Goodstory Entertainment, will look at the process of music-making from the rarely-seen point of view of the creatives who work with some of the biggest names in the industry.
These "unsung artists" include the lighting directors, choreographers, audio engineers and songwriters that regularly collaborate with the likes of Ariana Grande, J Balvin, Ozzy Osbourne, Martin Garrix and YG.
The first season of "&Music" is divided into six episodes that all focus on a different team of creatives, with "Light & Music" exploring the partnership between Martin Garrix and his light director and creative director Gabe Fraboni.
"Dance & Music" will focus on Ariana Grande's relationship with choreographers and creative directors Scott and Brian Nicholson during her "Sweetener World Tour," while "Mind & Music" will be dedicated to J Balvin's mentor Ramiro Agudelo.
"Audio & Music" will take a look at the creative partnership between Compton rapper YG and mix engineer Derek Ali, who is best known as MixedByAli.
"Fashion & Music" will introduce Anderson .Paak's stylist Jasmine Benjamin, who oversaw his wardrobe for his "Best Teef in the Game" tour.
The final installment of "&Music" will follow American producer and songwriter Andrew Watt as he helms the production of Ozzy Osbourne's first album in a decade, "Ordinary Man."
Ariana Grande, J Balvin, Ozzy Osbourne, Martin Garrix and YG are not the only A-listers featured in one of 50 shows making up Quibi's launch lineup.
The company's co-founders Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg have reportedly spent $1.75 billion on content acquisition including previously-announced shows like Liam Hemsworth's "Most Dangerous Game" and Queen Latifah's "When the Streetlights Go On."
In its first year, the Los Angeles-based company also plans to put out about 8,500 "quick bites of content" and around 175 new shows, among which are unscripted reality shows or documentaries, as well as news and lifestyle pieces.
A free 90-day trial is offered to viewers who sign-up on the Quibi website before April 20.