Live from the Boileryard: DYNASTY + DESTINY STONE

Join us at Camp North End on Friday, July 28 for a FREE show featuring Dynasty! Music starts at 6pm with Destiny Stone.

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Dynasty, also known as the DreamPusher, is a Queens-bred hip hop/soul artist with an international reputation and an unwavering commitment to following her dreams. Inspired by gritty northern sounds and life’s adventures, DY has been blazing tracks and stages for years, collaborating with industry heavyweights like DJ Premier, Talib Kweli, Skyzoo, Rapper Big Pooh, and Apollo Brown. Her raw talent and heart-on-her-sleeve lyrics earned her the nickname “spit queen” from DJ Premier himself.

Although she has performed on stages across the globe, DY’s true passion lies in inspiring others to pursue their authentic best lives. To that end, she founded DreamPushGo, a platform that encourages intentional growth, self-nurturing, and deeper self-awareness through the use of creativity. Her unique approach draws on her own experiences overcoming personal challenges and negative thought patterns to inspire others to take action and build momentum toward their dreams.

As a dynamic and inspirational artist, Dynasty’s music transcends all boundaries, appealing to a diverse range of listeners with her authentic and soulful sound. She uses her creativity and life experiences to encourage others to pursue their passions, as she has done in her own life. With her infectious energy and unwavering determination, Dynasty is a true DreamPusher, and as she says in her lyrics, “I’ll show you how to touch a dream… come and see me.”

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Destiny Stone blends gospel, blues, & jazz to create lyrics and soulful melodies that leave her audiences inspired. Over the past 5 years, Destiny has most notably performed at The Fillmore in Charlotte, NC; performed an original song for John Oates of Grammy winning duo Hall and Oates, and performed as a part of the U.S. National Trust for Historic Preservation’s National Treasure dedication celebration for the renowned Nina Simone. Most recently, Destiny opened up for the Grammy nominated trio The Tones, formerly known as The Hamiltones. She was also nominated for a 2019 Carolina Music Award and featured on the cover of the Salisbury Magazine March 2020 Issue. Born in the state capital, Jackson, and raised in Holly Springs, Mississippi, Destiny moved to North Carolina to pursue a degree in Popular Music where she graduated from Catawba College in 2018. Destiny currently lives in Salisbury, NC and is also a music educator, worship leader, wife and mom. You can now hear her music in the Oprah Winfrey Network’s drama series “Delilah” in episodes 2, 5, and 6.


Jul 28 2023


6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

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