Mvstermind is back with a new music video from his most recent project Cusp EP. Entitled “Ain’t No Water In The Water Tower,” the St. Louis producer and emcee details the plight of black America in the 21st century. Drawing on themes of systemic racism and infrastructure unavailable to persons based on color, Mvstermind expels his desire to simply live free and exist in peace. Working again with notable video artist Louis Quatorze, the pair deliver an impactful combination of sound and images relevant to all Americans in the post-Obama era.
As a producer, engineer, and rapper, Mvstermind is one of the original innovators of the DIY rap movement. Performing on stages with Chance the Rapper, Travis Scott, G-Eazy, and others, he will be attending this year’s LouFest as a featured artist. Receiving recognizing from Complex as a rising star and having his video for “Mali Moolah” premiered on BET, Mvstermind continues the recent successes of St. Louis musicians.
Check out the new visual for “Ain’t No Water In The Water Tower” and let us know your thoughts.