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Birth name  Patrick Brown
Name  Sleepy Brown
Origin  Savannah, Georgia
Role  Singer

Years active  1995–present
Parents  Jimmy Brown
Labels  Purple Ribbon Records
Movies  Idlewild
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Born  January 24, 1970 (age 45) (1970-01-24)
Genres  Hip hop, Southern hip hop
Occupation(s)  Singer-songwriter, rapper
Music groups  Organized Noize (Since 1992), Dungeon Family, Purple Ribbon All-Stars
Albums  Mr Brown, Got Purp? Vol 2, Young Roscoe Philaphornia, 9th Wonder of the World

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Patrick "Sleepy" Brown (born January 24, 1970) is an American singer-songwriter and record producer from Savannah, Georgia. He is one-third of the successful Atlanta-based production team of Organized Noize, which has created hits for acts such as OutKast, Goodie Mob, and TLC. TLC's "Waterfalls", penned by Brown and Organized Noize's Rico Wade and Ray Murray, was a #1 hit single on Billboard's Hot 100 in the summer of 1995.


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Patrick Brown was born in Savannah, Georgia on January 24, 1970.

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Besides production work, Brown also records as an artist himself, both for his own recordings (including his 2004 single "I Can't Wait" from the Barbershop 2: Back in Business film soundtrack), and on songs with collaborators such as Beyoncé and Big Boi (on the latter's US #1 and UK #7 hit "The Way You Move"). Brown independently released his debut solo album, Sleepy's Theme – The Vinyl Room in 1998. He was slated to release an album on the DreamWorks Records label. called 'For the Grown and Sexy', but the release was scrapped when DreamWorks label folded.

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He is now signed to Big Boi's label Purple Ribbon Records and released his second album, Mr. Brown on October 3, 2006.

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Brown is the son of Jimmy Brown, the lead vocalist and saxophonist for the 1970s funk band, Brick.


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  • Society of Soul – Brainchild (1995)
  • Sleepy's Theme – The Vinyl Room (1998)
  • Mr. Brown (2006)
  • Sex, Drugs, & Soul (2012)
  • Singles

  • 2004: "I Can't Wait" (US #40, US R&B #18)
  • 2006: "Margarita" (feat. Big Boi & Pharrell) (US #108)

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    Featured singles
  • 2002: "Saturday (Oooh Oooh!)" (Ludacris featuring Sleepy Brown) (US #22, US R&B #10, US Rap #5, UK #5)
  • 2002: "Land of a Million Drums" (OutKast featuring Killer Mike and Sleepy Brown) (US R&B #116, UK #46)
  • 2003: "A.D.I.D.A.S." (Killer Mike featuring Big Boi & Sleepy Brown) (US #60, US R&B #42, US Rap #20, UK #22)
  • 2003: "The Way You Move" (OutKast featuring Sleepy Brown) (US #1, US Pop #1, US R&B #2, US Rap #1, UK #7)
  • 2005: "The Otherside" (Bubba Sparxxx featuring Petey Pablo and Sleepy Brown)
  • 2006: "Morris Brown" (OutKast featuring Scar and Sleepy Brown) (US #95, US R&B #102, UK #43)
  • Select guest appearances

    (excluding songs with the Dungeon Family)

  • 2Pac – "Hennessy" (Red Spyda Remix) (with E.D.I.)
  • Beyoncé Knowles – "Hip-Hop Star" (with Big Boi)
  • Bow Wow – "Crazy" (with Da Brat)
  • Da Backwudz – "Mama Always Told Me"
  • Earth Wind & Fire – "This Is How I Feel" (with Big Boi and Kelly Rowland)
  • Field Mob – "Nothing 2 Lose" (with Slimm Calhoun)
  • Freeway – "Some Say Yes"
  • Freeway – "Some Say Yes" (remix) (with Fabolous)
  • Jayo Felony – "So into You"
  • Jay-Z – "Poppin Tags" (with Killer Mike, Twista, Big Boi and Debra Killings)
  • Kurupt – "Starstruck" (with Cool Breeze, Big Rube and Big Gipp)
  • Ludacris – "Blueberry Yum Yum"
  • Ludacris – "Saturday (Oooh Oooh!)"
  • Murphy Lee – "Luv Me Baby" (with Jazze Pha)
  • Prozack Turner – "American Giant"
  • Prozack Turner – "El Chepa"
  • Sly & The Family Stone – "Runnin Away" (with Big Boi and Killer Mike)
  • Styles P – "Watch Ya Self"
  • T.I. – "We Pimpin'"
  • UGK – "Swishas and Erb"
  • UGK – "Shattered Dreams"
  • Stacie Orrico – "Knock 'Em Out"
  • With Dungeon Family

  • Big Boi – "808" (with Bun B, Big Gee and G-Rock)
  • Big Gipp – "Steppin Out"
  • Bubba Sparxxx – "All the Same" (with Backbone)
  • Bubba Sparxxx – "That Man" (with Duddy Ken)
  • Bubba Sparxxx – "The Otherside" (with Petey Pablo)
  • Cool Breeze – "Weeestpointin
  • Goodie Mob – "Play Yo Flute" (with Kurupt)
  • Goodie Mob – "Cutty Buddy"
  • Goodie Mob – "Soul Food"
  • Joi – "It's Your Life"
  • Killer Mike – "A.D.I.D.A.S." (with Big Boi)
  • Outkast – "Bowtie" (with Jazze Pha)
  • Outkast – "In Your Dreams" (with Killer Mike)
  • Outkast – "Land of a Million Drums" (with Killer Mike)
  • Outkast – "Morris Brown" (with Scar)
  • Outkast – "So Fresh, So Clean" (Remix) (with Snoop Dogg)
  • Outkast – "Spottieottiedopaliscious"
  • Outkast – "The Way You Move"
  • Outkast – "Tough Guy" (with UGK)
  • Roscoe – "Head to Toe"
  • Slimm Calhoun – "How Much Can I"
  • Filmography

  • Idlewild (2006) – Syncopated Church Orchestra
  • References

    Sleepy Brown Wikipedia