Organized Noize are set to hit Netflix, with a documentary about the trio due to be released in March by the streaming service.
The outfit from Atlanta, comprising of Sleepy Brown, Rico Wade and Ray Murray, were instrumental in producing some of the hottest beats in the 90’s, making their work heard right into the early 00’s. Their originality and catchy beats ushered in a new age of R&B and hip-hop, with their work on Outkast’s album Speakerboxxx/The Love Below propelling the album to claim the Grammy for Album of the Year in 2004, an honour it shares with only one other hip-hop album (for now), The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.
The documentary will detail the production team’s rise to fame, it’s influence on the artists they helped raise to stardom, as well as the eventual falling out between the three members.
If you’re unsure about whether or not you’re a fan of the trio, you most likely are without even knowing it. Apart from working with Outkast, Organized Noize also fostered hits for the likes of Ludacris, Puff Daddy, Future, 2 Chainz as well as a little track you might remember for TLC called, Waterfalls.
According to the trailer released for the documentary, all of the above artist, as well as others are set to appear in the film. The guest appearances as well as the previously unheard story of Organized Noize, will offer a rare glimpse into the life’s of the production trio, allowing the audience to reacquaint themselves with a group they didn’t know they loved.
The upcoming documentary, The Art of Organized Noize is set to be released on Netflix March 22, and will undoubtedly be a must watch for anyone interested in 90’s hip-hop.