Black Entertainment : Arrested Development Returns


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Oct 20, 2007
13 years later, Arrested Development returns
Upbeat, socially conscious rappers were among last to bow to gangstas

updated 1:33 p.m. PT, Tues., Oct. 30, 2007
ATLANTA - Their breakthrough album was called “3 Years, 5 Months and Two Days in the Life Of ...,” a nod to the long struggle fledgling rappers Arrested Development faced between the day they formed and the day they signed a record deal.

Now, it’s been 13 years since their last U.S. release. And the Atlanta group that topped charts and earned a pair of Grammys with their upbeat, socially conscious brand of rap in the early ’90s is back — hoping to again find a place on a drastically changed musical landscape.

“Since the Last Time,” released Tuesday on the group’s independent Vagabond Records, carries the same funky, Southern-fried vibe of ’90s hits like “Tennessee,” and “Mr. Wendal.”

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