Arrested Development – ONYA (Single)
ONYA is defined as blessed one and the sun
While the critically acclaimed, new full-length album ‘Don’t Fight Your Demons’ continues to take music entertainment by storm, Arrested Development releases a new single dedicated to the election of 2020.
“ONYA” bestows a gripping testament that only Arrested Development can justly deliver. It not only embodies distressing truths surrounding the electoral process, but it depicts racial irony in a stunning, yet tangible manner. “Us blacks should sell confederate flags to red necks. Get rich it’s the ultimate in payback”!
Steering its way through mind-blowing lyrics is hope. Hope that a brighter future can exist. “See life in color again, see wife as lover and friend, see God as giver not taker, sacred in making me win, sunny without the blues, money without abuse, honey I’m home, in a zone let’s make it do what it do”!
Over cinematic production that pulsates rigorously through the core, the 2x Grammy Award-winning group delivers yet another timely masterpiece not only for music history but also for brothers and sisters to embrace worldwide.