Over Two Decades In The Making, Organized Noize Drop Self-Titled EP

blame it on Shake May 4, 2017


That was my instant reaction to news of Organized Noize releasing a project that’s over two decades in the making.

Since the early ’90s, the production trio of Sleepy Brown, Rico Wade and Ray Murray have provided the world with countless gems—including a heavy dose of Outkast and Goodie Mob, TLC‘s “Waterfalls,” Cool Breeze‘s “Watch For The Hook,” and many, many others. But still, no project.

All that changes tonight, though, as Organized Noize—who will be heavily involved in Big Boi‘s upcoming Boomiverse album—have finally released a project to the masses.

Led by the lust-filled “Kush” with 2 Chainz and Joi, the EP arrives at seven songs. Which may me short in length, but the quality more than makes up for it. Sleepy Brown appears on four of the tracks, with contributions from Big Boi, CeeLo Green, Scar and Big Rube.

  1. “Anybody Out There” f. Joi & Scar
  2. “We The Ones” f. Big Boi, CeeLo Green, Sleepy Brown & Big Rube
  3. “Chemtrails” f. Jimmy Brown & Sleey Brown
  4. “Why Can’t We” f. Sleepy Brown
  5. “Kush” f. 2 Chainz & Joi
  6. “Awesome Lovin” f. Sleepy Brown
  7. “The Art Of Organized Noize”

Take a listen via Spotify below and cop the EP on iTunes. Also, if you haven’t already, be sure to watch The Art Of Organized Noize documentary on Netflix. That sh*t is fire, too!