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Organized Noize Raises A Fist To Fight On 'We The Ones'

Big Boi, CeeLo and Big Rube unite for a powerful visual from the new Organized Noize EP.
Organized Noize: Organized Noize EP Source: Courtesy of the artists

When the story of Atlanta's turn-of-the-millennium sonic boom is told 100 years from now, Organized Noize — the production trio of Ray Murray, Sleepy Brown and Rico Wade — will be the sound architects credited with putting the Dirty South on the map.

But making history, as it were, is less paramount than standing on the right side of it, especially in troubled times. That's the testament behind the Organized Noize's new video for "We the Ones." Featuring their

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