The Antiheroes
Gig Seeker Pro

The Antiheroes

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Band Hip Hop A Capella


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



This band has no press


Modern Day Riot (LP) - 2013
This Is FreeDUMB (LP) - 2012



The Antiheroes is an emerging rap duo based out of Toronto, Canada. Comprised of MCs Sha Prince and Flex, the group formed in 2011 and has steadily been on the rise, collaborating with Canada’s finest such as Rich Kidd and D-Visive and have opened up for artists such as Smoke DZA, Stalley, and Raekwon, to name a few.

The Antiheroes are best known for their sound--a return to the breezy and smooth golden era of the late 80s/early 90s New York City hip-hop with a modern flair--and their lyrical dexterity, a mastery of flow that sounds buttery smooth across the track. The contrast between Sha and Flex’s voices works incredibly well, and the two work in perfect synchronization to put together songs that do not merely serve as laments about the deterioration of hip-hop in the current era, but rather as records with substance and sophistication.

The Antiheroes have been hard at work, releasing original material and eschewing the “mixtape” route that many aspiring rappers have been using these days to flood the market. Instead, they dropped a free LP called This Is FreeDUMB on January 10th, 2012. The LP featured D-Sisive on a track called “The Rebels... Listen Up;” the resulting music video released on July 16th has reached well over 10,000 views on Youtube.

Following the success of This is FreeDUMB, the duo have wrapping up a follow-up free LP called Modern Day Riot. This project looks to be significantly larger in scale, with features including Rich Kidd, Thurz, and STS and production from Rich Kidd in addition to frequent collaborator, MMac. With the project slated to be released in November, this will definitely go down as The Antiheroes best material to date. With coverage from established websites such as 2DopeBoyz, HipHopDX, and DJ Booth, along with college radio airplay across Canada, the United States, and extending as far as Germany and Australia, Modern Day Riot is shaping up to be the project that puts the Antiheroes on the map.