Organized Noize Big Boi Mack Wilds RHOA Sheree Whitfield Bangladesh and More Enjoy The Art Of Organized Noize
(L to R — Rico Wade, Ray Murray, Actress Jasmine Burke (Ride Along), Rico’s Mom, whose house functioned as the first Dungeon Family Studio Space, and Sleepy Brown.)
Photo Credits: Prince Williams/ATLPics
Life is good as the groundbreaking production team, Organized Noize, celebrated the upcoming release to The Art of Organized Noize in Atlanta last night. The night was topped off when the City of Atlanta surprised the trio (Rico Wade, Sleepy Brown, and Ray Murray) with the key to the city in front of hundreds of their closest friends, family members, industry executives and fans that all helped to make their musical dreams come true. SCADshow hosted the festivities while the event was sponsored by Martell which served scrumptious cocktails while co-sponsor, Coca Cola, passed drinks in their classic ice cold aluminum bottles.
Celebrities and key executives in attendance included Organized Noize Manager Seventy 2 Music’s Orlando McGhee, the night’s hosts Grammy award-winning Kawan KP Prather and BMI’s Catherine Brewton, director of the Mayor’s Office of Film and Entertainment Chris Hicks, Outkast’s Big Boi, Goodie Mob’s Big Gipp, Dungeon Family’s Big Rube and Backbone, Actor and Singer Tristin Mack Wilds (Red Tails), Real Housewives of Atlanta Sheree Whitfield, Actress Jasmine Burke (Ride Along), Actor Jason Weaver (Let’s Stay Together), Actress Terri J. Vaughn (The Steve Harvey Show), Real Housewives of Atlanta guest-star Tammy McCall Browning, Entertainment Exec’s Keinon Johnson and Shanti Das (who is featured in the documentary), and hit producer Bangladesh among others.
DOCUMENTARY DEBUTS ON NETFLIX ON TUESDAY, MARCH 22ND
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