Scott Storch is a popular American producer and songwriter who has worked with many successful singers, including 50 Cent, Chris Brown, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé, Snoop Dogg, Pink, and many others.
He was born in December 1973 to Joyce Yolanda Storch and Phil Storch in Halifax, Nova Scotia. However, he was raised in South Florida and Philadelphia. His mother was a singer, and his uncle was also a musician and songwriter, and he founded a soul-rock band “The Vagrants.” Scott went to his middle school in Davie, Florida, but he left South Florida to join his father in Philly. He went to high school in Bensalem, Pennsylvania.
Scott Storch’s career started in 1991 when he was a keyboard player for the hip-hop group “The Roots.” Their first commercial hit was the production of the riffs for the song “Still D.R.E.” in collaboration with Dr. Dre. When we became successful, he spent almost $70 million in just two years, during which time he was also addicted to heroin.
He also spent $10.5 million on a luxury mansion Miami’s Star Island and another $20 million for a yacht named Tiffany. He also bought around 20 luxury cars and a private jet, so by January 2007, he was in a rather difficult financial situation. In April 2009, Scott started an intense inpatient rehab program in Florida.
Awards and Achievements
As for his awards and achievements, he received ASCAP’s Songwriter of the Year award in 2006. The same year, he became one of the top producers in the business and MTV called that year Scott Storch’s most successful year both financially and creatively.
Today, Scott Storch’s net worth is estimated at around $10 thousand. He spent most of his money on a lavish lifestyle and addiction to heroin, and later on paying off numerous debts.