CJ Fly: We’ll try to figure out all different types of methods to our approach to music. We have our original methods, but we’re trying to figure out other ones to work and be able to get a complete product from everybody. Usually, when it's a small amount of us, we can get something done. Like Kirk cooks up a beat, and Nyck and I come up with verses—a lot of songs get made like that. Nyck and I come up with verses—a lot of songs get made like that.

Nyck Caution: The way a lot of songs get made is I might get a beat, do a verse and a hook, and then I’m like, “Yo, I can hear you on this.” I don’t think it’s the best way, but it’s strong because if I’m playing you something I’ve recorded and I love, it’s already strong and you just need to add your energy to it and it becomes our track.

Chuck Strangers (via): A typical day in the studio, I’ll meet up with Joey or some other people in Pro Era and we’ll do some beats and they’ll start freestyling and then we’ll decide what the song is about, set the structure and then get started. It’s funny 'cause sometimes in Pro Era the thing is in the studio [it's] not about making songs, it’s about setting the connection that has to be made before making the songs in the future. It’s all about catching each other’s vibe.