The Art of Organized Noize Debuts on Netflix!
Producer trio, Organized Noize put southern hip-hop on the map.
The fellas, Sleepy Brown, Rico Wade and Ray Murray birthed the thick grooving, free flowing sounds of Outkast, Goodie Mob and added their unique approach to the sound and instrumentation of hits such as TLC’s “Waterfalls’, En Vogue’s ‘Don’t Let Go,’ Ludacris, to name some.
Though their production prowess curated a wave and formed The Dungeon Family that kept their names afloat when music traveled from the ATL, behind the scenes, there was always a bit of mystery.
You didn’t see the trio grabbing headlines and posing all over magazines. You didn’t see the producers working with a ton of artists to grab a dollar. So chances are, if you weren’t hip to the Dungeon Family or the vibes coming from the South, you’re probably not even fully aware of their physical presence in the genre.
But don’t sleep.
After a successful screening at SXSW, the highly anticipated documentary, The Art of Organized Noize will premiere on Netflix, Tuesday March 22!
The docu-film takes fans and viewers inside the dynamics of the music production group with exclusive footage from Big Boi and Andre 3000, Diddy, 2 Chainz, Ludacris and more.
Produced by Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit and directed by QDIII, we’ll finally be cued in to the inner-workings of the Dungeon. So grab your squad and kick back because this is going to be one insightful, funny and real experience.
Check it out here!