During the 90′s, Organized Noize (Ray Murray, Rico Wade, Sleepy Brown) was the preeminent production crew for Atlanta-area contemporary R&B and rap music, crafting chart-topping hits like TLC’s “Waterfalls” and En Vogue’s “Can’t Let Go (Love),” as well as critically acclaimed albums for Outkast and Goodie Mob. Founders of The Dungeon Family, Organized Noize’s output has slowed over the years, yet their work has proven incredibly influential on the Atlanta music scene.
Ray Murray and Rico Wade were two of the honorees in attendance for “Love Of Hip Hop: Atlanta Edition Honoring Organized Noize” held at Scene City in Atlanta recently (Oct. 14). The two pioneers sat down with Lady B for an in-depth conversation, candidly discussing such topics as the foundations of Organized Noize and Dungeon Family, TLC, Notorious B.IG., a new Outkast album, Dungeoneze and more. Twenty years later, Organized Noize and Dungeon Family are still dropping gems. See for yourself.Google+