In the early '90s, Rico Wade, Ray Murray, and Sleepy Brown came together in Wade's mother's basement, or what would become known as "The Dungeon." Thus, Organized Noize was born, the subterranean energy of "The Dungeon" became baked into their unique brand of southern sauce.

In the course of their illustrious 25 year career, Organized Noize produced TLC's  "Waterfalls," Ludacris's “Saturday," and all of Goodie Mob's seminal album Soul Food. (NBD.) But today we're focusing on their vital work with Andre 3000 and Big Boi.

Click through the gallery to revisit 10 classic Organized Noize X Outkast collaborations. To learn more about Organized Noise, check out the 2016 Netflix documentary The Art of Organized Noize.