21-year-old and RCA Artist Destiny Rogers Is Taking Over The Pop Music Scene With New Energetic Single “West Like“
Hot on heels after her latest single “Got It Like That” with B.I. and Tyla Yaweh, on the new single “West Like,” Destiny pays loving homage to her West Coast and Latin roots, laying down a groove-heavy, talk-box-enhanced track inspired by the classic G-Funk records of the early ’90s.
The video was shot in South Central LA and directed by Zhamak Fullad (Lil Yachty, Kodak Black). “West Like” ft. Kalan.FrFr was produced by her longtime collaborators, multi-Grammy Award-winning and “Producer of the Year” nominated producers/songwriters The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars, Cardi B., Justin Bieber) who also co-wrote the track, along with Destiny and Kalan.
Destiny shares, “I’m Mexican on my mom’s side, and at family gatherings growing up there was always old-school hip-hop playing,” says Destiny. “This song came from wanting to make a record that perfectly captured that feeling and sound—it’s me talking about what it’s like to be from the West Coast while taking everyone along a ride with me.”
Destiny Rogers has staked her claim as an artist to watch. Growing up in the Northern California town of Lodi, the 21-year-old multi-faceted musician taught herself to play guitar at age 10 and soon started writing and self-producing her own songs. Soon after the 2019 premiere of “Tomboy,” a track that recently hit #12 on Spotify’s Global Viral 50, Destiny’s spectacular rise has included touring the world and writing for heavyhitters such as Alicia Keys, Khelani and G-Eazy, all while discovering a new sound that transcends genres to irresistible effect.
Destiny Rogers is currently in the studio working on new material. She recently released a reworking of “Tomboy” feat. Coi Leray, and linked up with Coi for a special TikTok to the song which was reposted on Instagram and praised by Kim Kardashian West. In addition, K-Pop superstar B.I released his global single, “Got It Like That” featuring Destiny Rogers with Tyla Yaweh which debuted at #1 on Spotify’s K-Pop X-Overs chart and has generated over 2 million views on YouTube.