Diana Antwi Hamilton is a Ghanaian gospel musician who has won many awards. In March, 2021, She was among the top 30 most influential women in music by the 3Music awards women's branch.
Diana is a nurse by profession and is married to Dr. Joseph Hamilton. She is a mother of twins, Michael and Michaela.
At around age 13, Diana was a backing vocalist to Francis Agyei. She released her first album, Osoro bekasa, which gained a good airplay and brought her into the limelight. Her second album, ensi wo yie released in 2010, gained her prominence of the Ghanaian gospel Music industry. She was one of the headline artistes for 2019 Harvest praise which happened at the Fantasy dome in Accra. 1615 media house manages her music career.
In March 2021, she was unveiled together with Kofi Kinaata as brand ambassadors for Enterprise life. She opened the 2021 Vodafone Ghana music awards with her mind blowing performance.
Diana enjoys to cook and to design her clothes.
Some of her albums include ensi wo yie, blessings, Osoro bekasa, Yehowah. She was crowned artist of the year and Gospel artist of the year at 2021 Ghana music awards on 26th June with her song Adom.
Today, Diana drops another song titles, Awurade Ye. Which means Lord do it.
We pray this also becomes a hit song.
Congratulations Diana Hamilton for this blessing.
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