OutKast, Puff Daddy, And Future Appear In Organized Noize Documentary
Wed, 10 Feb 2016 11:37:55
Atlanta production trio Organized Noize, made up of Rico Wade, Ray Murray, and Sleepy Brown, will be the focus of a new Netflix documentary, The Art of Organized Noize, due out March 22nd. The threesome was responsible for a variety of hip-hop and R&B hits throughout the '90s, including TLC's "Waterfalls," Ludacris' "Saturdays (Oooh Ooooh)," and "Don't Let Go (Love)" by En Vogue, and are generally considered one of the most influential production teams in the history of hip-hop.
Organized Noize collaborated with OutKast for much of their career, producing all of Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik and the Stankonia hit "So Fresh, So Clean." Sleepy Brown was also featured on a variety of tracks from the GRAMMY-award winning Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. They also produced all of Soul Food for Goodie Mob. Both bands are part of Organized Noize's Dungeon Family collective. The trio is also responsible for shaping the career of Future, who dropped his most recent mixtape, Purple Reign, in January.
In the recently released trailer, OutKast, Future, Puff Daddy, 2 Chainz, and variety of others appear to discuss the group's influence. The documentary will be available to stream as of midnight March 22nd.
Watch the trailer for 'Organized Noize':
—The ARTISTdirect Staff
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