Destiny Rogers - "Tomboy" [Live + Interview] | All Eyes On

Destiny Rogers is the girl next door. Well, if the girl next door spent her time killing it at the local skatepark and releasing pop-R&B-flavored hits. First making a splash with the release of her breakout single "Tomboy," Rogers went from spending the weekends busking in Los Angeles to establishing herself as a resounding new voice in music. It was a palpable statement that was only elevated with the release of her debut EP Tomboy, which illustrated her promise and versatility in the world of hip-hop and R&B - inflected pop.

Hot off the heels of the release of her acclaimed debut EP, it was our pleasure to invite Rogers up to the New York skyline to perform the single that started it all. Performing "Tomboy" before jumping into an exclusive interview, the Lodi, California, native shows us why all eyes are on her.

Rogers' musical journey is as humble and honest as they come. First getting her start by teaching herself to play guitar by mirroring Justin Bieber YouTube videos to releasing a breakout single that is as genuine a telling of one's own story as they come, Rogers emerges an artist of a new era. Discover how the rapidly rising artist got her start and found her authentic sound in an exclusive interview we conducted with the titular "Tomboy."  

Discover more of Destiny Rogers' music here.  

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