(AllHipHop News) OutKast, Future and Diddy are just a few of the artists set to be featured in an upcoming Netflix documentary based on the Atlanta production group, Organized Noize.
Rico Wade, Ray Murray, and Sleepy Brown developed Organized Noize back in 1992 and produced tons of Hip-Hop and R&B hits in the 90's. They were responsible for the sounds of OutKast's Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik album, Ludacris' Saturday and a few tracks for Puff Daddy himself.
The documentary aims to provide a detailed view of the influence the group had on today's hip hop sound. It is also slated to cover their reported $21 million deal with Interscope records and their struggle making it in the music business.
Aside from Future, Outkast, and Puff, Metro Boomin and 2 Chainz will also be featured in the project, discussing their experiences working with the group and how they were personally influenced by their work.
Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit will be producing the project, which will be released on March 22nd. The film hints at a possible "comeback" for the group but I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
In the meantime, you can catch the trailer for The Art of Organized Noize below.