Malta: Listen to “All of My Love”, Destiny’s song for Eurovision 2020

For the second year in a row, Malta has chosen its representative through the popular talent show “The X-Factor”. The final of “The X-Factor Malta” took place on February 8 and Destiny Chukunyere was the big winner!

Young Destiny’s  mentor throughout the talent show was Ira Losco, the country’s representative in 2002 (2nd place) and 2016 (12th place). During the show, Destiny performed some of the most popular songs in the world, such as Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” and The Lion King’s “He Lives In You”.

The young singer will represent Malta with “All of My Love”.

The creator’s  team includes Cesar Shampson, (Austria in 2018) and Boris Milanov, who this year in addition to the Maltese song is also signing German and Bulgarian entries.


What is Destiny Chukunyere?

Destiny was born in 2002 in Birkkara, Malta. From a very young age she discovered her talent in music and soon began to participate in music competitions. In 2015, at the age of 13, she represented Malta at Junior Eurovision with “Not My Soul”. It won 1st place among seventeen entries, giving the country its second win in the competition. A year later she will be participating in Britain’s Got Talent where she will reach the semifinals. In 2019 she joined the vocals of the Maltese Mission, assisting Michela who won 14th place.


Malta:Watch Destiny Chukunyere’s performance on X Factor

17-year-old Destiny Chukunyere, who won Junior Eurovision in 2015, is a candidate on the X Factor currently airing on public broadcaster, a show which will emerge the country’s representative in Rotterdam.

In 2015 Destiny brought Malta to the forefront of Junior Eurovision, with her amazing voice and retro song, “Not My Soul”. A year later she joined Britain’s Got Talent, reaching the semifinals. This year, she participated in the vocals of the Maltese Mission to Tel Aviv, assisting on stage with Michela, who represented her country after her X Factor victory.

The young singer chose to perform Jennifer Hudson’s “Giving Myself”, gaining 4 yes from the judges, who even said what they imagined on stage in Rotterdam in May. Recall that the jury consists of Ira Losco, ESC 2002 and 2016, Howard Keith Debono, manager of Malta’s top artists, Ray Mercieca, composer and producer, and Alexandra Alden, singer.

Below you can enjoy Destiny’s appearance that looks set to bring Malta’s first Eurovision 2020 win: