May 14, 2010
DESTINY MAKING STRIDES WITH MOVE YUH WAISTLINE
Dancehall artiste Destiny is in no doubt as to where her destiny lies — in music. Therefore she is going all out to ensure that her latest single, Move Yuh Waistline gets all the attention it truly deserves.
A graduate of the popular Magnum-sponsored talent competition, Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall, Destiny knows that she has the talent and the attitude needed to reach the top of her game.
“I know that this song is hitting the right note,” she says with confidence.
The song, which highlights the names of some of the top Montego Bay-based artistes such as Tommy Lee, Merrital Family (My Money Ha Ha) and Richest is impacting the Montego Bay dancehall scene. Although not yet officially released, the increasing popularity of Move Yuh Waistline has already done a world of good for the young artiste’s morale and has given her the attention she needs at this stage in her career.
“My fans, especially the MoBay crowd, love the song … radio is playing it and it really feels encouraging,” Destiny said.
Also receiving good rotation on the airwaves is her single Ghetto Love, which is on the Love and Joy rhythm produced by her brother Que da Wiz. Other artistes who have voiced on this rhythm are Gyptian, Hero and Vybz Kartel.
The "Killtress", as she was affectionately called by Bounty Killer after she defeated her opponent in several clash rounds on Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall, says that Jamaica is filled with many talented individuals who do not get the break they deserve. She, however, will not stop until she accomplishes her goal, which is to make her name in the industry as a singer/songwriter.