Destiny Malcolm is a Christian artist who sings and writes her own music. She has recently performed at the Big Church Day Out Festival, as well as the Youth Gospel Music Expo where she was a finalist.
She has been writing her own songs and singing in various venues around the country since 2010, and has often been classified as Christian-Folk music.
At a British Union Seventh-Day Adventist Conference in June 2010, Destiny kick-started her music ministry with the declaration of her commitment to discipleship in her Christian journey - the single Fisherman was born out of this commitment, and gained numerous views on social media. Destiny has performed this single at different events such as youth congresses, and at various churches across the country.
Destiny took a step back from her independent ministry to gain training at a UK school of evangelism called PEACE and graduated in 2012. She still continued to write and arrange songs and took time to grow as an artist.
In what she explains as a sudden burst of 'divine inspiration', Destiny wrote a number of songs in very close succession, and is working on an album based on scripture.
Destiny is currently performing at various events around the country and recently was a finalist at the Youth Gospel Music Expo, which took place in Derby, as well as winning a competition along with her group "The Collective" to perform at The Big Church Day Out.