Destiny Rogers Adds to Her Growing Collection of Bops With “Lo Lo”

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Breakout star Destiny Rogers continues to prove that the depths of her artistry are limitless. A native of Northern California, the 20-year-old singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist has been showcasing her versatility since the release of her debut EP, Tomboy, last March.

Clearly no stranger to the current genre-fluid state of the music industry, Destiny carries on this multi-dimensional direction with the release of her new, Hip-Hop leaning track “Lo Lo” featuring Bay Area artists P-Lo and Guapdad 4000. In comparison to the light and airy production of Tomboy, Rogers’ fresh vocals on “Lo Lo” are cemented within distinct and heavy production from The Stereotypes to complement the trap-inspired flows of P-Lo and Guapdad. Together, the unsuspecting trio orchestrates a track that is undoubtedly reminiscent of the Bay Area sound and contributes to Rogers’ multifaceted nature.

In even more recent news, after dropping “Lo Lo”, Destiny Rogers has joined Australian artist and fellow Beach Wave Sound/RCA Records label mate, Ruel, for the North American leg of his “Free Time” tour this fall. This officially marks the first time that Destiny will be performing tracks from her debut EP, Tomboy, live for fans all across the country, so make sure to cop tickets to see her on tour here or even check her out at Tyler the Creator’s annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival next month in Los Angeles. She has a live show that people cannot stop raving about, and for good reason.

Be sure to check out the fresh, dynamic, and addicting sound of Destiny Rogers today. Stream her breakout track “Lo Lo” below: 

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