The new Act A Fool track by the Grammy Award Winning Arrested Development knocks HARD! Shouts to the powerful Leslie Braithwaite on the mix, he's also mixed classics like "Hey Ya!" - Outkast and "Happy" - Pharrell! It's been a minute since we've heard from the Grammy nominated Khao along with co-producer D.Focis who together have created a masterful club anthem in this cut.
"this track ain't no garage band, but I'ma sho try and park my car in it"
Khao and Speech lay verses, we wish lyricist
1 Love could've laced this track as well but we must say that Speech surprises many with his extra hot verse! Just when you think there's a limit to his style, he proves different. One killer line Speech says, "this track ain't no garage band, but I'ma sho try and park my car in it" shows that he's ready to rumble! As usual the AD collective of Speech, Fareedah, 1 Love, Za and Tasha LaRae - deliver! The long-bearded member JJ Boogie decided not to participate in this video for other personal obligations.
From elders to kids, there's an inclusiveness in all of Arrested Developments visual presentations, remember "Tennessee" or even "People Everyday" Act A Fool is no different, except for the contemporary feel to the music. What I think Arrested Development has accomplished again in Act A Fool is community. The energy captured by director Paul Fant literally jumps off the screen, from cultural yoga masters, dance troops, choirs and featured dancer Kraz who is literally astounding!