[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t’s Friday which means new music is out now. Hailing from St. Louis, Mvstermind releases his new single, “Minute Plan.” The rising hip-hop artist and producer has been generating waves with his music for some time now, being recognized by popular publications like Hip-Hop DX, Complex, and Elevator Mag.
The 4-minute track is soothing with a traditional hip-hop-infused R&B beat which probably plays as great background music for cruising down the highway. The single transitions rather nicely from rapping to his enhanced singing—giving discrete flair.
The rapper tells us the meaning behind “Minute Plan.”
“Breh Communication is a trade, a barter, it’s a currency. And Currently I refuse to be in situations wasting energy & time because the mission too precious. I’m too focused. So I keep my “Minutes Planned.”
The new single comes more than a year after Mvstermind released his EP Cusp, which featured the hit single “Ain’t No Water in the Water Tower” that racked up 10k plays on SoundCloud. His buzzworthy music landed him opening slots for artists such as Chance the Rapper, Travis Scott, and G-Eazy. If you haven’t yet, get in tuned with Mvstermind as he stands prominent in St.Louis’ rising music scene.
“Hold me down, don’t hold me back. Hold your tongue and save your face,” serenade Mvstermind on “Minute Plan.”
“Minute Plan” is now available across all streaming services. Listen to the new single below.