Organized Noize

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Organized Noize
Origin Atlanta, USA
Genres Hip hop, R&B
Years active 1992–present
Labels LaFace Records
Associated acts Outkast, TLC, Goodie Mob, Nappy Roots Xscape
Members Sleepy Brown
Rico Wade
Ray Murray

Organized Noize is an Atlanta-based American hip hop production company made up of Rico Wade, Ray Murray and Sleepy Brown.[1]


Among the hit records they have worked on include TLC's "Waterfalls", En Vogue's "Don't Let Go (Love)", and Ludacris' "Saturday (Oooh Ooooh)". They are most notable for producing a large amount of material for OutKast (including all of Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik and "So Fresh, So Clean" from Stankonia) and Goodie Mob (including all of Soul Food and "They Don't Dance No Mo" from Still Standing). Both groups are part of Organized Noize's Dungeon Family collective, which also includes Slimm Cutta Calhoun and Joi, among others.

They also contributed on the soundtrack of the 1996 critically acclaimed heist film Set It Off. In 2006, they contributed additional music to the film Miami Vice. In 2010 they produced several songs on the critically acclaimed Island/Def Jam solo debut from Big Boi titled Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty. In 2011, they produced the album Nappy Dot Org for Nappy Roots.[2]

The documentary feature The Art of Organized Noize premiered on Netflix on March 22, 2016.


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