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With 2 Grammy awards for Best New Artist and Best Rap Single (Tennessee), 2 MTV awards, a Soul Train Music Award, & the NAACP Image Award. Rolling Stone magazine named them Band of The Year (1992), VH-1 named Arrested Development one of the greatest hip-hop artists of all time! The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame named Arrested Development 's smash “Tennessee” one of the 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll. The definition of legends. Arrested Development is back with a new album titled “Don't Fight Your Demons” Released September 25th, 2020. Don't Fight Your Demons is executive Produced by Speech for Vagabond Productions & Configa for Configaration Records. The album was supported by the single and video “Becoming” produced by Configa.

Arrested Development is a hip-hop group that formed in Atlanta in 1988. It was founded by Speech and Headliner as a positive, Afrocentric alternative to the gangsta rap popular in the late 1980s. Baba Oje and frontman Speech met at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee when they were both students. Baba Oje was 57 years old at the time.

Arrested Development was formed in 1988 by rapper and producer Todd Thomas ("Speech") and turntablist Timothy Barnwell (known as Headliner). The group's debut album 3 Years, 5 Months and 2 Days in the Life Of... was the number-one album in the Village Voice's 1992 Pazz and Jop Critic's Poll and in The Wire's 1992 Critic's choice. The group won two Grammy Awards in 1993 for Best New Artist, making them the first hip hop artist to win this award and Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, and were named Band of the Year by Rolling Stone. The debut album sold over 6 million copies worldwide.

A few months later, the group was approached by film director Spike Lee to compose a song for his upcoming biopic based on the life of Malcolm X. The group then recorded "Revolution", which appeared on the oldies-dominated soundtrack for the film as well as the second half of its closing credits when the film was released in 1992.

Their 1994 follow-up Zingalamaduni sold poorly, and they broke up shortly after in 1996. The group reunited in 2000, touring and releasing records via Speech's Vagabond Productions, but Aerle Taree did not return due to vocal problems. Today Aerle is a poet and converted from Buddhism to Christianity. DJ Headliner started his own business named Creative Royalty Group. In 2010, Baba Oje had a stroke.

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In November 2003, the group sued the Fox network over the name of the TV show Arrested Development. The suit is referenced in the Arrested Development episodes "Public Relations", "Motherboy XXX", "Sword of Destiny", and "For British Eyes Only".

In June 2005, the group won the first round of the television series contest Hit Me, Baby, One More Time, performing "Tennessee" and covering Los Lonely Boys' "Heaven" and donated the $20,000 proceeds to UNICEF.

The group's follow-up to their 2004 Among The Trees was Since the Last Time, released internationally on September 18, 2006. Since the Last Time was released in the United States on October 30, 2007 on Vagabond Record & Tapes, Speech's boutique label.

In March 2007, they toured Australia as part of a triple-bill, along with Simple Minds and INXS. In 2008, Arrested Development teamed with The Black Eyed Peas and performed at The Concert for Peace in Jerusalem, Israel to promote peace among Palestinians and Israelis. Also in 2008, Arrested Development visited and sang with Debbie Peagler, an incarcerated survivor of domestic violence, and the inmate gospel choir that Peagler led at a California women's prison. Their visit was meant to support Peagler's

legal battle for her release from prison and call attention to the plight of other victims of abuse and wrongful incarceration. The collaborative performance is included in Yoav Potash's documentary film Crime After Crime.

In 2010, the group released their ninth album Strong under Vagabond Records and Tapes, and licensed to the Japanese record label Cutting Edge, on December 9, 2009, and had a top 10 hit in Japan with the single "The World Is Changing". In an interview with Songfacts, Speech explained that the track "Greener" takes on the issue of climate change from the perspective of the African-American community.




The Single 



#1 CMOIII featuring Lomel & Craig G produced by Ted ‘Measuring Man’ Onyszczak
       F. Foster (Socan), J. Trainor (BMI), C. Curry (Ascap) & T. Onyszczak (Socan)

 #2DWB featuring Es produced by Domingo
      F. Foster (Socan), E. Elango (Socan) & D. Padilla (Ascap)

      Comedy by Richard Pryor  and Cutz by DJ Mercilless

 #3Radios featuring G Dot & Born Edo G & Dominique Gorley Produced by DJ Corbett for Black Light Music
       F. Foster (Socan), A. Diaz (Ascap), E. Anderson (Ascap), C. Baez (Ascap) D. Gorley (Socan) M. Jules (BMI)

 #4 The Others featuring Eddie Kaine produced by Static Selektah
        F. Foster (Socan), E. Stackhouse (BMI) & P. Baril (Ascap)

       Speech by Marcus Garvey and Cutz by DJ Mercilless

 #5For the Love featuring Recognize Ali & Faith Walker produced by DJ Mercilless
        F. Foster (Socan), N. Adamafio (BMI), F. Walker (Socan) & M. Pompey (Socan)


On January 8, 2011, they with Emmylou Harris performed at the festival first night of the Sydney Festival in Sydney, Australia to 50,000 people. In August 2012, the group released its tenth album Standing at the Crossroads, recorded while touring internationally. The album, given away for free from the group's official website, took a lo-fi approach and was recorded entirely on a Mac laptop. The same month, they announced a new tour throughout the United States and Australia to celebrate their 20th anniversary.

On October 9, 2016, Arrested Development performed at the Delicious Festival in South Africa. A lineup that included The Jacksons, Macy Gray, De La Soul, Elements of Life, Roy Ayers and local food celebrities Reuben Riffel, and Sarah Graham. The next day, members of Arrested Development drove to a orphanage Soweto, then paid homage to Nelson Mandela at the location of his home.

In January 2018, Arrested Development performed on the Trumpet Awards television show.

Baba Oje died of leukemia on October 26, 2018. His age was reported to be 86–87.

In October of 2018, Speech released The Nigga Factory, a three-part docuseries exploring themes of racism and Afrocentrism.  Later that year, they also released the album Craft & Optics.

In 2018, 16 Bars, a documentary that follows prison inmates as they undertake musical projects, was made.

On September 5, 2019, Arrested Development was given an award from Black Music Honors, which acknowledges artists that have made a significant contribution to African-American music


Don't fight your Demons


Produced by Domingo

Available on all platforms including Bandcamp


Cuts by

Arrested Development



featuring Craig G

Es x Pandamonium

Edo G x G Dot & Born x Dominique Gorley

On May 10, 2020 (Mothers Day) 34 year-old Chantelle Krupka was attempting to arrange a visit with her son with whom she has joint custody and 50/50 custody. Her ex insisted on withholding access to her so so she called several times in an attempt to at least speak with her son. This lead to her ex calling the police, lying on her and weaponizing the police against her. The police arrived at her house more than 10 hours after her last text to “issue a verbal warning” but insisted she come outside. They escalated the situation and because Chantelle was yelling back, they tased her partner, then her, then shot her in the lower abdomen when she was flat on her back. The bullet fractured Chantelle’s right hip. Chantelle underwent two major emergency surgeries and spent 1 week in the hospital. She is still in recovery and in need of therapy that is not covered by Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). Right after the shooting, the Police robbed them of their legally grown cannabis and rent money in an attempt to formulate a case against them to criminalize them and create the illusion of justification for the shooting.  They are in need of funds for lawyers fees. Since the incident, both Chantelle and Michael have been working tirelessly to bring light to the injustices that they and many others have suffered at the hands of a very corrupt system. They realize how blessed they are to be alive, as they are the only ones who’ve survived an attack by the Police of this force in 2020. Together with the community, they are pressing forward for change! Please help to support them on this mission! They are still residing in the house where the incident took place. As one can imagine, this causes them a great deal of mental anguish to add to the severe physical and emotional pain. Being there is an intense trigger for Chantelle’s PTSD. Because of discriminating landlords, they will need to pay several months rent upfront in order to secure a new rental home. br />




Pandamonium Presents // That Feel Good Ft. Sir Burbia, Costi, One Oz & Es