Scott Storch Net Worth

By Mixxerly Updated: OCTOBER 07, 2021

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About Scott Storch

Scott Spencer Storch is an American record producer and songwriter. As of , Scott Storch's estimated net worth is not more than $200,000. Scott was previously worth more than $70 million. Although Scott was insanely rich at some point in his life, he lost all of his wealth by not making wise and informed financial decisions.

He started off as a keyboardist for the group the Roots. In 2006, Scott Storch's net worth was more than $70 million. By the end of 2006 Scott got addicted to substances. In August 2006 Scott went on to spend his vacation in Hollywood, California. He lost interest in his works and indulged into partying and wasting time & money with so called friends at his $10 million mansion in Palm Island, Florida.

Scott also burned his money on luxury purchases like a private jet, a 117-foot yacht, and 20 luxury cars. He later confessed that he was not in his right minds and under the influence of substances at the time of these purchases. Storch wasted $30 million in less than six months, and was in dire financial straits by January 2007. On June 24, 2015, Storch officially filed for bankruptcy.

What is Scott Storch's Net Worth?

As of , Scott Storch's estimated net worth is about $200K. Scott was previously worth more than $70 million. Although Scott was insanely rich at some point in his life, he lost all of his wealth by not making wise and informed financial decisions.

Storch began his professional music career in 1991, when he became one of the first members of the hip hop group the Roots as a keyboard player. Storch, however, had a distaste towards touring and preferred creating in the studio and decided upon becoming a music producer in his own right.

Storch's first two commercial hits were from the production on the track "You Got Me" by the Roots ft. Erykah Badu and Eve and his collaboration with Dr. Dre for the song "Still D.R.E." including the characteristic piano. He was one of the top producers in the business, having worked on hits by 50 Cent, the Game, T.I., Chris Brown, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé, Dr. Dre, Nas, Snoop Dogg, Pink, Lil' Kim and many others." Storch was also awarded ASCAP's Songwriter of the Year award in 2006.

Early life of Scott Storch

Storch was born December 16, 1973 on Long Island, New York. He was raised in South Florida and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His mother, Joyce Yolanda Storch, was a singer signed to Philadelphia's Cameo-Parkway Records under the stage name Joyce Carol, and is of Lithuanian Jewish heritage. His father, Phil Storch, was a court reporter.

His uncle, Jeremy Storch, was a founder of soul-rock band the Vagrants and wrote songs recorded by Dave Mason and Eddie Money. Storch's parents divorced in 1983.

Storch attended elementary school in Sunrise and middle school in Davie, Florida. In the middle of his freshman year, he left South Florida to join his father in the Philadelphia area, and attended high school in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. After dropping out of high school in the ninth grade, Storch was expelled from home at the age of 16. By age 18, he was living with his father in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Some publications have written that Storch was born in Canada, but in 2010 the Miami New Times wrote a denial under the title "Scott Storch is not Canadian."

Favorite Quotes from Scott Storch

“I hadn’t quite found myself back then. That was a year before I quit doing drugs. I’m two years sober now. It just obviously bounced back to what it was. All the time, as drug addicts, we proclaim that we’re going to do this and do that or whatever. It’s not as solid as when you’re sober. You’re on, you’re making your music, taking it seriously, living up to all the things that you say you’re going to do and you set out to do.” – Scott Storch

“I’ve adapted to different production techniques since then. I had to explore what’s out there in the world because I’ve been doing the same thing for so long, but the EDM thing, I just feel like I don’t want to be on the road DJing.” – Scott Storch

“Sonics are important to me, expanding my sound library, working with effects and doing different things to make the same music that I would physically play on the keyboard. It just sounds that much richer and better because of the processing that everything goes through now.” – Scott Storch

“I’m never going to be the producer who talks s**t about how records were better than this and that. ‘Cause there’s always going to be some cool s**t, and there’s always going to be some garbage. Unfortunately, a lot of garbage is easier to access these days because it’s a free-for-all.” – Scott Storch

“People don’t go to the record store anymore. It’s crazy. The culture used to be so much stronger. People would go and support you, and go pick up the album. Not just for the music, but for the liner notes, for the artwork, just for the whole thing and to have it, and be able to say, “I have this album.” – Scott Storch

Scott Storch Net Worth