Inspired by LeBron James's recent comments on his Mt. Rushmore of basketball, the Philly-bred producer, who currently lives in Miami, named four faces that he feels should be on the mountaintop of hip hop.
Storch clarified, "Biggie was to me the guy who was the best at painting the picture and making you visualize something, Pac was the best poet, and I feel like Jay Z is all of the above. Then Rick Ross is just, every line he spits is just perfect, and he's one of my favorite MCs of all time," proclaimed Storch.
Storch can also add Rozay to the roster of artists he's worked with after producing the track "Supreme" from the Maybach Music general's upcoming album, Mastermind.
"It's gonna be a hot record," Storch said of "Supreme." "I'm very proud of that, and I think the people are gonna like it," he added.
In addition to working on other people's albums, the Tuff Jew Productions CEO also spoke about his EDM project, which is set to drop in the second half of this year.
"I'm crossing the EDM barrier," said an enthused Storch. He continued, "We're about mixing down some things for my personal Scott Storch album, we should be putting it out, I'd say, within the next six months. And I'm also collaborating on some tracks with [electro-house musician] Steve Aoki."
Storch, who played keyboard for the Roots when they first started out, announced that he is preparing to take his career full circle once his album drops by performing a live EDM set.
"We're gonna be pursuing our live show pretty heavy," revealed Storch. "That's one thing we're really focusing on with the electronic stuff I'm putting out. I'll be DJing and playing keyboard. It's gonna be a dope live show. I definitely got some good momentum right now."
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