Diana Antwi Hamilton
Birth nameDiana Antwi Hamilton
BornSeptember 20, 1988
Kumasi, Ghana.
GenresGospel, Urban contemporary gospel
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, nurse
InstrumentsVocals

Diana Antwi Hamilton is a Ghanaian gospel musician with several awards to her name.[1]

Early life and education

Diana, the third of eight children, was born to Apostle Felix Elvis Antwi and Comfort Antwi in Kumasi, Ghana. After basic education at Morning Star School, Cantonments in Accra, she completed secondary education in Ghana National College, Cape Coast and proceeded to study and practice Nursing. She is married to Dr. Joseph Hamilton and the couple have a set of twins (Michaela and Michael).[1]

Career

At an early age of 13, Diana was a backing vocalist for Francis Agyei.[2] She released her debut album in 2007 titled, "Ɔsoro bɛkasa" and this album enjoyed some good airplay which brought her into the limelight. Her second album "Ensi wo yie", released in 2010, gained her prominence in the Ghanaian Gospel Music Industry.[1] She was one of the headline artistes for the 2019 Harvest Praise which happened at the Fantasy Dome in Accra.[3] King David Music and Ultimate Praise Incorporated manage her music career.[4]

Personal life

Diana delights in cooking and designing her clothes. She enjoys hanging out with her siblings; Eunice, Victoria, Samuel, Adelaide, Beatrice, Paa Kwesi and Grace.[5]

Awards

Year Organization Awards Nominated Work Result
2020 VGMA Gospel Artiste of the Year Herself Won
Songwriter of the Year Nominated
Artiste of the Year Nominated
Most Popular Song of the Year "W'asem" Nominated
Gospel Song of the Year Nominated
2019 African Gospel Music and Media Awards Artiste of Excellence Europe Herself Won
Female Artiste of Excellence Europe Nominated
Video of Excellence "Mo ne yo" Nominated
Event of Excellence Experience with Diana Hamilton Nominated
Song of Excellence "Mo ne yo" Nominated
Album of Excellence iBelieve Nominated
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Discography

Albums

Year Title Ref
2007 "Ɔsoro bɛkasa" (Heaven will speak) [6]
2010 "Ensi wo yie" (May it be well with you) [7]
2011 Blessings
2015 Yehowah [8]

External links

References

  1. ^ a b c "Diana Hamilton,". www.ghanaweb.com.
  2. ^ "I make £26k a year as a nurse – Diana Hamilton". www.ghanaweb.com. 27 April 2017. Retrieved 7 September 2020.
  3. ^ "Diana Hamilton, Tim Godfrey electrify Harvest Praise 2019". 20 April 2019.
  4. ^ "Diana Hamilton,". www.ghanaweb.com. Retrieved 2 September 2020.
  5. ^ "Diana Hamilton,". www.ghanaweb.com.
  6. ^ "Diana Hamilton,". www.ghanaweb.com. Retrieved 2 September 2020.
  7. ^ "Diana Hamilton,". www.ghanaweb.com. Retrieved 2 September 2020.
  8. ^ "Diana: My ministry is different". Graphic Online. Retrieved 2 September 2020.