#5NewTracks to get you through the week: (Billyracxx, Majid Jordan)

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This week's #5NewTracks list consists of Billyracxx, Majid Jordan, Nefatari, and more.

Billyracxx - Nonsense (Personal)

"Nonsense" is the newest track by one of Texas' biggest new artists Billyracxx. Fresh off of a huge show in Austin, the young rapper ushers in his brand of space music. Stream the record produced by Steelo Foreign and Roy Smith now. It is important to note that the track is executive produced by Alex Tumay, who is famously involved with Young Thug, Travis Scott, Metro Boomin and more.


Majid Jordan - My Imagination featuring dvsn (Personal)

I don't know about you, but the people I know, or I, don't look forward to suffering from a broken heart. (Unless you're a prosperous songwriter that thrives on that kind of thing.) Nonetheless, Majid Jordan’s fast-paced record is one that will make you think about someone from your past. I hope you're ready.


Antwon - 94s featuring Wicca Phase Eternal Springs (Submitted)

I think people are going to love these sneakers until the end of time. Hear Antwon’s new track "94s" about the Nike shoe now. It features vocals from Wicca Phase Eternal Springs and is from his upcoming mixtape called, Sunnyvale Gardens, out October 6.


Nefatari - Fresh From Yaad (Personal)

In her island rendition of Migos' hot single "T-Shirt," Nefatari, the New York City-based Caribbean artist sings about the advantages of being with a Jamaican man. Sorry, boys.

Nefatari also features on Dylan Dili's new single "Dip So" from his new album.


Boy - H+H (Personal)

Everything isn't audible when you listen to Boy’s latest record, but it has the knock that us kids like to dance to these days. Based on what I could understand, the Providence-based artist says that he gave someone his word and that's enough for me. Stream the his-and-hers track produced by The Martianz & Casio McCombs below.

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Proda - Swing (Submitted) (Bonus)

Whenever writing about music is the task at hand, I want to cover something that intrigues me. New Jersey-native artist Proda does that for me. It makes me want to swing through the mounds of emails I have to check before I do human things like eating and sleeping. Also, what an opening. I appreciate you, Proda. Thank you.


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