Arrested Development: Hit '90s Rap Group Returns
Few bands have had a better start than Arrested Development. It's one of the major success stories of the early '90s -- the band's first album released to massive sales, Grammy awards, and critical accolades, including the title of "Band of the Year" from Rolling Stone. Spike Lee asked them to write a song for his Malcolm X biopic. What was their secret? They had a wildly catchy sound that mixed blues, hip-hop, funk and soul, but the real star was the message. In a rap scene largely centered on the gangsta life, Arrested Development put out positive, socially conscious songs like the spiritual plea of "Tennessee" and "Mr. Wendal," which highlights the humanity and dignity of the homeless. The band broke up in 1996 but they're back together now and better than ever at House of Blues Chicago.
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