Scott Storch On Dr. Dre Reunion: "History On Repeat In A Positive Way"
Scott Storch wants the world to know he's back with a major ally in his corner.
Before the likes of DJ Mustard or Metro Boomin, there was Scott Storch. Although a battle with drug addiction thrust the elite producer out of his prime and landed him in a pool of financial strain, he wants the world to know he's back with a major ally in his corner.
Storch scored his first major hit in 1999 with "Still D.R.E.," but his relationship with Dr. Dre suffered as he steeped deeper into his demise with drugs. “I think most I regret the way I treated Dr. Dre after he so graciously opened the doors to his kingdom to me. I know the mistakes I made were 100% drug induced,” Scott Storch told Hip-Hop Wired last year.
It's no wonder, then, that he deems his reunion with the veteran "one of the best days" in his life. Storch has already begun making his way back into the music industry, scoring placements on Rick Ross' "Sorry," DJ Khaled's "Every Time We Come Around" and The Game's collaboration with Jeremih "All Eyez," but teaming up with Dr. Dre makes for a grander return.
"History on repeat in a positive way," Storch said on Instagram and by the looks of the comments under his post, the internet is here for it.