When taking in The Antiheroes it's clear on any track that they never lack on expressing their opinion, whether the subject is the quality and integrity of music or something community based. Separately, as first experienced on Latex & Perfume ; you experience a more personal side of the two Toronto artist's Sha Prince and Flex The Antihero. Announcing SALEM was on it's way just before Sha Prince's solo project, there was a built anticipation leading up to the first time we heard it. Hands down, once taking it in fully and hitting repeat dozens of times you could tell this is a body of work that you could not get bored listening to. Both SALEM and Latex & Perfume; they stand as a moment in time. First experiencing SALEM it's seen as what it is, a great in-depth project that is an ode to where Flex grew up which reflects on his past, how he's moved on pursuing his passion to create music and more. If you look at it for what it could be, it's a moment in time you can look back to when artist's like Flex further their success and really look at how far they've come. Read the track by track review after the jump!