‘The Art of Organized Noize’ documentary headed to Netflix following SXSW debut

A documentary about the Atlanta production group that helped artists such as Outkast create their sound is headed to Netflix. Photo: Robb D. Cohen/www.robbsphotos.com.

A documentary about the Atlanta production group that helped artists such as Outkast create their sound is headed to Netflix.
Photo: Robb D. Cohen/www.robbsphotos.com.

A star-studded documentary about Organized Noize and their contributions to the music industry is headed to Netflix.

“The Art of Organized Noize” tells the story of Atlanta producers Rico Wade, Sleepy Brown and Ray Murray, otherwise known as Organize Noize. The trio is responsible for cultivating the sound of artists such as Outkast, Goodie Mob and other acts within the Dungeon Family collective.

They’re also known for producing songs such as TLC’s “Waterfalls.”

The documentary tells the career highs and lows of Organized Noize with the help of a few noteworthy celebrities. Outkast, CeeLo, 2 Chainz, L.A. Reid, Diddy and more appear in the film, which debuted at SXSW in Austin, Texas earlier this week.

Fans who couldn’t attend the SXSW screening will get an opportunity to watch the documentary on Netflix starting March 22.

Watch the trailer for the documentary on YouTube. It contains profanity.

Reader Comments 0

0 comments