The innately funky Sleepy Brown has been a vital part of the Atlanta music scene, and R&B and hip-hop at large, since the early 1990s. As one-third of renowned production team Organized Noize, Brown -- a singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist -- surfaced just after the new jack swing era with OutKast's "Player's Ball," TLC's Grammy-nominated "Waterfalls," and En Vogue's "Don't Let Go (Love)" among the first hits he helped create. It was on "Player's Ball" that Brown first wielded his effortless vocal style, a smooth falsetto evoking a mix of soul legends Curtis Mayfield and Eddie Kendricks; concurrent with his continued success behind the scenes, Brown further emphasized his singing talent later in the decade with the groups Society of Soul and Sleepy's Theme. Within a few years of topping the pop chart with OutKast's ...
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