Arrested Development arrived in the early 90s as a fresh alternative to much of the gangsta rap that was on the radio at the time. Led by members Speech and Headliner and with vocalist Dionne Farris in tow, the group made an immediate impression with the album 3 Years, 5 Months and 2 Days in the Life Of… and the hits “Tennessee” and “People Everyday.”
The group has disbanded and reunited several times, but from the beginning has established for itself a permanent place in music history. And that history is given the “Unsung” treatment on the upcoming episode of the TV One series. Check it out Monday night and come back on Tuesday when we’ll have the full episode for your viewing pleasure.
Bart Phillips : CEO and Founder of Sunseeker Media
Bart Phillips understands the importance of next level thinking. For over 20 years, Philips has played a major role in the entertainment business by serving as a manager, VP of marketing at So So Def, VP of development at Warner Bros. His steadfast work has paid off and led to achievements that include two MTV Video Music Awards 4, Telly Awards and an Emmy Award. Phillips, who now serves as the CEO and founder of Sunseeker Media, will executive produce the 2012 Soul Train Awards as he has in 2011 and 2010. Adding to his belt of Awards shows is the 365Black McDonald’s Award Show held in New Orleans, LA. In this episode of Unsung: Arrested Development..Bart Phillips will touch on life as he was the manager of Arrested Development during their era.