We forewarned you late last year this time would come, and it's that time. Flex The Antihero (one half of The Antiheroes) is prepping to unleash SALEM on us, his solo project he has been mentioning would come out in January for a minute now, and what he brings to the table definitely lets us know this one is going to be BIG. The first song leaked from SALEM called "Big Dreams" comes over a trap like MMac & Emerson Brooks production along with some visuals to go along with it. On this one Flex shows us just why it is that he has what it takes to live out his dreams, setting it off with a wicked flow "I could say I wasn't out for the profit at all, I'd be lying but I guess I would fit in with ya'll. You deny it, under fire I bet you would crawl"; and it doesn't stop - only to take a breather in between verses. Off this track alone you should know SALEM is going to be dope, hit play and check it out for yourself.
Every week until the new year, Peter Jackson is releasing a new video for remixes over all the hottest records going around right now, this week he drops a remix over a Nate Dogg record called "Nobody"; Peter Jackson is one of the hardest working artists in the country and definitely one of the realest, on this one he gets personal speaking on some experiences he's went through within his life. Music that is relateble I find draws my attention more as I'm sure you do as well, and I can certainly feel his pain on this one. Check out Peter Jackson's video for "Nobody" underneath and let me know if you can relate to this one.