Recording the song "Highs and Lows" at Scott Storch's lavish Palm Island waterfront mansion was a dream come true for the young members of Miami quartet Bottom of da Map. After all, the renowned Storch is one of the top producers in the business, having sired major hits for megastars like Beyoncé, Daddy Yankee, and 50 Cent. But for the group's chanteuse, Princess Asia, a.k.a. Alicia Cooper, the meeting with the notoriously ganja-loving, chain-smoking production wiz turned out to ... More >>>