Honor Flow Productions is gaining traction on the West Coast as a production group and their recent release of the video for “This That Jam” is a perfect example of it.
Recently sitting down with HipHopDX, the trio talked about the difficulties of working as a large group and why they consolidated to three.
“It’s hard keeping a big lineup together,” the group relayed via a segment of today’s (October 28) DX Daily. “Other people have other priorities. [Our] base player went back to Singapore one of the other members of the group is in med school now… We got to a point to where it’s like let’s try the trio because we’re still DJing and we of course want to continue doing music.”
Honor Flow Productions also explained when they knew they had a hit with “This That Jam.”
“I think what did it for us was a friend of ours named Juron, his kids sent me an Instagram flick of him singing the chorus,” they explained. “When the kids sing it [you’ve done it].”
Watch the full DX Daily segment below: