The guys of Organized Noize have easily solidified their spots amongst the production icons in the music industry, but they are making sure to use their platform for an important cause. The Southern production trio, which consists of Ray Murray, Sleepy Brown and Rico Wade, released the video to their "We The Ones" record, which features Sleepy himself, as well as their Dungeon Family brothers Big Boi, CeeLo Green and Big Rube.

The Trevor Kane-directed visuals are a dedication to today's activism in society, as they feature footage from the Black Lives Matter protests in their home city of Atlanta, as well as around the rest of the country. Organized Noize hopes the video will help viewers become more aware of what's happening across the nation, and to stand up together in the face of oppression.

The production group released their seven-track self-titled EP earlier this month (May 5), which sees the trio finally reuniting after Brown returned from the West Coast following a five-year stint away from Atlanta. It contains features from the likes of 2 Chainz, Jimmy Brown, Joi, Big Boi, CeeLo Green and many more, with production done entirely by the group.

The project also came over a year after the release of their documentary, The Art of Organized Noizewhich is available for streaming on Netflix. The documentary brings a lot of untold stories about the rise of Outkast, Goodie Mob and more to light.

Watch the powerful, eye-opening visuals for "We The Ones" from Organized Noize below and purchase their new project on iTunes.

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