New Documentary Reveals How Scott Storch Burned Through $100 Million
Scott Storch tells his story in a new bio doc.
Legendary record producer and songwriter Scott Storch adds the latest contribution to his catalogue: a film.
The new 30-minute documentary, Still Storch, presented by VEVO and Somesuch reveals a never-before-told story of his rise, fall and return to music. It chronicles his entry to music, his battles with drug addiction, both his long-lasting and short-lived relationships in the music industry, while telling the tale of how he burned through a $100 million fortune.
From his early beginnings as a member of The Roots band to producing a lifetime worth of hits for artists like Beyoncé, Fat Joe, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Justin Timberlake, and many others, Storch solidified his name as one of the premiere hitmakers of the 2000s.
A premier screening for the documentary was held a the Roxy Hotel in New York, followed by a Q&A with Sway Calloway Monday night.
During the sit down, Storch spoke on his long-time collaborator and friend, Fat Joe— who was in attendance— and how he played a pivotal role and helping him become sober. Storch revealed that he was one of the few figures in the industry to stand by his side during his decline and recovery.
Fat Joe spoke from the audience saying, “Scott always ran an honest game.”
Scott Storch just thanked Fat Joe and Busta Rhymes for being two of the few people in the industry who stood by him during his days of drug addiction
— Ivie Ani (@ivieani) July 16, 2018
Watch the full film, Still Storch below: