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Organized Noize
Organized Noize

Origin

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Genre

Hip hop, R&B

Years active

1992-present

Label

LaFace (1992-2011)

Associated acts

Goodie Mob, Nappy Roots, OutKast

Members

Organized Noize is an American hip hop record production group from Atlanta, Georgia. The group consists of Rico Wade, Ray Murray and Sleepy Brown. They are most known for producing a large amount of material for the groups OutKast and Goodie Mob, which are both a part of Organized Noize's Dungeon Family collective. Organized Noize has also created hit records such as TLC's "Waterfalls", En Vogue's "Don't Let Go (Love)" and Ludacris' "Saturday (Oooh Ooooh)". 

A documentary feature about the group, titled The Art of Organized Noize, premiered on Netflix in 2016.

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