Scott Storch has been setting up his comeback. While the producer faced several setbacks in the past due to bankruptcy and drug use, it looks like he's striving to make his return to the game. He's been sharing clips and photos of himself in the studio with some upcoming artists as well as more established artists. Earlier, he took to Instagram to share a sneak peak of himself inside the studio with Jazz Cartier

In a short clip on Instagram, the legendary producer revealed that he's been putting in work with the Canadian rapper. Under the post, it read "Storch is back with the mother fucking torch @jacuzzilafleur cc: @avedonmusic @iamforeverfresh @monomusicgroup #weworking." In the short snippet you could hear Storch's distinct piano sound meshing with Jazz' Toronto trap influenced sound. Storch is seen playing piano and smoking a cigarette in the clip while Jazz Cartier is holding a small dog and vibing out, rapping along the lyrics to the song. It's definitely sounding like it's going to be another banger under both of their belts.

Jazz Cartier has been having a great year thus far. While the Toronto rapper hasn't dropped a project since 2016's Hotel Paranoia, it seems like he's been putting his efforts into making his next release bigger. Earlier in the year, the rapper announced that he penned a deal with Capitol Records and after that unveiled two singles that he worked on with Mike Will Made it. Along with working with Atlanta producer, he also took home a major win this year at the JUNO Awards for "Rap Recording Of The Year", beating out Drake, Tory Lanez and Belly

Storch has been making a serious comeback this year, as well. Aside from his work with Jazz Cartier, the producer has been putting in work with some other solid artists. In the span of four days, Scott Storch and Russ dropped four different singles together. Storch was also one of the first people to lock in studio time with Lil Wayne after his recent health scare. While it's unsure where that song will end up, Storch is definitely putting in work. 

Check out the clip below: