Producer-singer-songwriter Sleepy Brown kind of fell off the map after releasing his 2006 solo album, Mr. Brown. Before then, the Savannah, Ga. native found much success crooning for fellow Southern artists, particularly Outkast and Ludacris. But Mr. Brown and its singles didn't fare well on the charts and little was heard from Brown other than his production as part of Organized Noize. That changed in May 2011, though, when he released his new single, "You're My Lady," and announced Sex, Drugs & Soul. There is no further information on the project, such as its guest list, but we will update this page when that becomes available.