Destiny Rogers + P-Lo + Guapdad 4000 – Lo Lo
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Destiny Rogers drops an amazing music video for the song entitled ‘Lo Lo’ featuring P-Lo and Guapdad.
Lo Lo is a tuneful song that is timeless.
It is a mix of inspiring instrumentation with male and female vocals.
The rap verses are striking and the R&B-pop verses are tuneful while the hook is memorable.
The video is engaging and the performances are impressive.
Level of The musicality is high.
Rising singer/songwriter Destiny Rogers releases the visual to her new track “Lo Lo” featuring Bay Area artists P-Lo and Guapdad 4000 via Beach Wave Sound/RCA Records.
The visual which first premiered earlier today on The FADER, was directed by Tajana B. Williams who is best known as one of Beyoncé’s dancers.
Produced by The Stereotypes, “Lo Lo” continues to show Destiny’s versatility with this more hip-hop leaning track.
PAPER describes it as “a catchy track outfitted with an energetic bassline… Rogers rides the beat with confidence and sass, taking ‘Lo Lo’ to high, exciting heights.” NYLON declares “Destiny Rogers is the new ‘It’ girl of alt-R&B.”
Destiny is on tour with Australian artist and label mate Ruel for the North American leg of his “Free Time Tour” this fall. It marks Destiny’s first time performing tracks from her debut EP, Tomboy live for fans across the country.
Tickets are available for purchase now.
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Next month, Destiny will also play at Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Festival in Los Angeles.
About Destiny Rogers
20-year-old Destiny Rogers is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who was born and bred in Lodi, a small Northern California town.
At age 6, she became obsessed with skateboarding and even thought she wanted to pursue her passion professionally. But, growing up in the church with her father who is a youth pastor and listened to AC/DC and Mexican mother who listened to Mariachi; the power of music pulled in Destiny.
At age 9 she received her first guitar and by age 10 taught herself how to play by watching Justin Bieber covers online and thereafter realized she could sing.
After a few years of busking in Los Angeles on the weekends and facing trials and tribulations of the music industry, she connected to members of Grammy-Award winning songwriter/producer team The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars, Cardi B) and began working with them.
She signed to their label, Beach Wave Sound in 2018. The result is confidence in the languid R&B and hip-hop inflected pop songs on her Tomboy EP.