News: Scott Storch To Save "Detox" Album, "I'm Here Now, We're Gonna See It"
Wednesday, Feb 3, 2010 10:40AM
Producer Scott Storch has announced his involvement with Dr. Dre's long-awaited Detox album and said now that he is on the project fans will see it in stores.
Storch was in Los Angeles to attend the 6th Annual Roots Jam Session and reconnect with old friends.
"I'm doing a lot of reuniting as far as why I'm out here in LA," Storch explained in an interview. "I'm doing Dr. Dre's album right now. Detox. Well I'm here now, [so] we're gonna see it. We're gonna see it. You know, Dre opened up many doors for me and called me out, embraced me and took me back in after the publicly known drug addiction that I went through and it's a blessing to be back." (VIBE)
Dre recently said the studio time he's dedicated to other artists has further delayed the album.
"Once that sound is right, once that mix is right, it's a feeling that you get, here -- It's unexplainable," Dre said about putting together his records. "I have to go out to clubs now...You need to understand what people are listening to. I'm working hard on it. I'm stopping to work on other artists in-between, but the minute it's done and I feel it right here. I don't think I've done that [perfect] record yet. I'll know what it is when it comes; I know exactly what it is in my head, but I haven't done it yet. It's close...I got some sh*t coming, believe me." (Guardian)
Dre associate Warren G recently spoke on the album delay and having a possible collaboration on the project.
"Yeah, he gonna drop it, I mean, he's just, he's a perfectionist," Warren promised in an interview. "So when he feels right, that's when he's gonna let it go but I think he's close because when he starts working with Snoop [Dogg], that's when I know he's getting down to the wire. Me and him are supposed to do a record on there, he said as soon as he finds the right record, with the right melody, we'll do it. So you know, I'm gonna be waiting so if I'm on Detox this time, cool. If not, I think it'll be something that the world would love to see because it's never been done, the publicity on it will be huge it's like 'Warren G and Dr. Dre doing a song? That's crazy.'" (Hard Knock TV)
Dre recently admitted that the album would likely not come out until closer to 2011.
A script for another huge push back of the mythical album has been written. Dr. Dre is featured in the Dimedrop section of the March Edition of SLAM Magazine. The interview is mainly about Basketball but as usual, the interviewer Konate Primus couldn't resist asking the producer about the status of the album. "Well, I'm working on it, but also I've been working on other people's projects; you'll probably hear something in a year or so." (Hip Hop N More)
Check out Warren G speaking on Dr. Dre's album down below: