Sleepy Brown


Sleepy Brown is the son of Jimmy Brown, lead vocalist and saxophonist of the 1970s band Brick, and is the soulful voice behind many classic southern hip hop songs. As one-third of the successful Atlanta-based production team Organized Noize, Brown is responsible for co-writing TLC's 1995 No. 1 hit single "Waterfalls" and is also responsible for providing the vocals on Outkast's 2001 hit "So Fresh, So Clean," 2004's "The Way You Move" and his own Top 40 single "Can't Wait." The influential hip hop producer has also worked with the likes of Goodie Mobb, Beyoncé and Curtis Mayfield.