Michigan rapper James Gardin may have loved the original iteration of Destiny’s Child more than the others. A devout member of the faith, Gardin’s raps have leaned far more towards the search towards a positive truth and further enlightenment than the usual foray into hedonism and vices. So, in his own personal search for “Destiny”, James Gardin combines the spirits of Destiny’s Child’s first hit “No, No, No” into a stepping point for something better. “We’re all searching for our destiny,” Gardin wrote on his Twitter account in promotion of the song. Find yours while listening to the new cut from the Michigan native here.

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