A brand new documentary from Vevo follows the rise and fall of Scott Storch, with some assistance from the producer himself.
Titled Still Storch and directed by Rollo Jackson, the 20-minute feature tells the infamous story of the ex-Roots member through a series of interviews that find Storch opening up about his career, along with the drug and money problems that swept him from the public eye over the past decade.
Throughout the short film, there are several different anecdotes, including those about Storch first learning to play piano (illustrated with a rendition of Joe Jackson‘s “Steppin’ Out”), crafting “Still Dre” with Dr. Dre, and spending excessive amounts of money on yachts, cars, and private flights. He speaks quite humbly about the extent of his self-destruction.
Ultimately, the story is one of redemption; The producer ditched cocaine, got out of debt and moved from Miami to Los Angeles. Today, Storch spends most of his days in the studio, where he’s made music in more recent years for Lil Wayne, Young Thug and Jazz Cartier.
You can watch Still Storch below.