Diana Antwi Hamilton is a Ghanaian gospel singer who has won numerous honors. At the 3Music Women's Brunch in 2021, she earned the Most Streamed Female Act of the Year Award. The 3Music Awards Women's Brunch named her one of the Top 30 Most Influential Women in Music in March 2021. On June 26th, she was named Artist of the Year and Gospel Artist of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards 2021.
Diana was born in Kumasi, Ghana, to Apostle Felix Elvis Antwi and Comfort Antwi, the third of eight children. She completed her primary and secondary school at Morning Star School in Accra's Cantonments before going on to study and practice nursing at Ghana National College in Cape Coast. Dr. Joseph Hamilton is her husband, and the couple has a set of twins (Michaela and Michael).
Diana began her career as a supporting vocalist for Francis Agyei at the age of thirteen. In 2007, she published her debut album, "soro bkasa," which received positive exposure and catapulted her into the spotlight. Her second album, "Ensi wo yie," was published in 2010, and it cemented her place in Ghana's gospel music scene. She was one of the featured performers at the Harvest Praise Festival in 2019.
Diana enjoys cooking and making her own outfits. Eunice, Victoria, Samuel, Adelaide, Beatrice, Paa Kwesi, and Grace are her siblings with whom she enjoys spending time.
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