Destiny Rogers unveils her latest track, “Still Your Girl” – a confessional song about self-love and seeking acceptance from those closest to you. The song’s touching opening lyrics underscore this message as she sings, “I said mama, don’t hate me if I’ve changed / I’m tryna be the same but I’m not ok / I said papa, if you hear me tell me what you think / cause I’m tired of playing hide and seek yeah.” Alongside the track, she drops a video directed by Noah Damasen and Ronald Dominic that emphasizes her connection with her family through home videos and familiar places.
Reflecting on the song, she shares, “‘Still Your Girl’ was written during the time where I was finally coming to terms with my sexuality but was still scared to tell the people I love. But this song taught me that I can love myself first without betraying anyone.”
This is her second offering from her upcoming debut album, following Destiny Rogers previously released single “Save My Love.” Both singles were produced by frequent collaborators, the GRAMMY Award-winning songwriting/production duo The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey), “Save My Love” is a raw and heartfelt song that delves into the depths of moving on from a first love.