It’s good to see Scott Storch in the studio, dude’s certainly made some classics and he seems determined to get back in the game. Ironically, Storch, who’s cocaine addiction got the best of him, is working with Pusha T, who’s cocaine rapping made him the best. So you have two cocaine connoisseurs, with two very different relationships with the drug, working together on music likely about cocaine. As longs as Storch doesn’t get high on Pusha’s supply, we expect some crack to come out of the session. Musical crack guys, musical crack.
We also appreciate Scott Storch’s emphasis on staying away from the “trap” sound and focusing on more melodic music again. We love trap, but you have to respect serious songwriting. Do you feel “trapped out” with rap music today? Think Scott Storch can make it back to the top? We’d love to hear your input in the comments.
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