Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 12, 2012
This month marks the 20th year since the release of "3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of..." for Arrested Development and in celebration of this, the Grammy award winning group is set to release a '20' year album. The first single, entitled "Living," is in fact a solemnization of life. "Living" covers a lot of ground; its about life's obstacles and overcoming them to fulfill your true mission” states lead member Speech.
And just how important is "Living" - Arrested Development wants to hear from fans, giving one lucky winner the opportunity to win an all expense paid round trip to Atlanta, Georgia and star in the next upcoming Arrested Development video.
In order to become a fortunate winner, you must watch the new Arrested Development music video, "Living" - video link: http://youtu.be/581MWQgEW-4 and correctly count the amount of times the words: "life", "living", "live" and "alive" show up on the screen during the video and submit that number along with a written piece of what life means to you and how you want to live life to the fullest. The contest is open to all ages (only to residents of the United States and minors must get parental approval). There is no entry fee and the deadline to submit is July 4, 2012. Members of Arrested Development will choose one winner who will be notified and join the group in Atlanta, Georgia in August 2012 for a video shoot.
For complete contest information, rules and submission form, please log on to: http://www.ArrestedDevelopmentMusic.com and follow Arrested Development on twitter: @ADTheBand.
About Arrested Development:
Since 1991, Two times Grammy award winning hip-hop group Arrested Development has championed fresh sounds; spreading unique hip-hop around the world.
As recipients of an NAACP image award (1993) they represent black culture with beats & pride.
Arrested Development brought much needed attention to the plight of the homeless through their hit song, “Mr. Wendal” and celebrated cultural diversity in the dance smash, “People Everyday”. Unsurprisingly since then, Arrested Development has been devoted to nudging folks in the direction of freedom and spiritual evolution. The group describes their sound as "Life Music." A.D. respects women, and promotes family, spirituality and "male responsibility." They are about consciousness, the earth, African self determination and love. They define themselves as hip-hop artists but also just artists." They are dancers, vocalists, turntablist, drummers, and everything in between.