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Dr. Dre’s “Detox” Will Feature Scott Storch’s Production

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According to Storch’s manager, the producer has been working on “Detox” since January.

Dr. Dre’s Detox could very well be one of the most anticipated albums of all time. By now, it has become known for its several push backs over the years. While the album will have The Good Doctor headlining, it will also feature input from a variety of producers. According to Scott Storch’s manager, Derek Jackson, Storch will be a part of the album as well.

During a recent interview with Gyant Unplugged, Jackson spoke on this collaboration.

“The reason he’s been a little quiet is because Scott’s been in LA since January working on the Detox. So he and Dre came back together and a lot of people don’t know why he’s been so quiet…Dre need Scott and Scott needed Dre. So we went out to LA and we’ve been there since January and Scott just moved back about two weeks ago. So now we’re about to get back ready to claim the seat,” he said.

On top of that, Jackson added that the leaked “Under Pressure” cut from Dr. Dre and Jay-Z was unfinished.

“Let me tell you this, the first single, ‘Under Pressure,’ that’s not how it sounds. You all got a real misconstrued version of it and that’s not how it really sounds. That’s how it was in the early stages. [Scott produced it,] but it doesn’t sound like that…Somebody leaked the version of what they just did. We cut the record when we first got there. Dre met Jay in Miami. They cut the vocals, kind of a beat up track, nothing really finished and that’s what the track you guys got.”

There is still no official word about when Detox will finally drop. DX will keep you posted.

Excerpt from HipHopDx.com

http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.12048/title.dr-dres-detox-will-feature-scott-storchs-production

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