Diana Hamilton Biography
Diana Hamilton is an award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer. With her voice, her fame has gone across the whole of Africa even other countries outside Africa.
Such as the USA, Italy, Belgium, Canada, Holland, and Germany. She developed her talent right from her childhood days. Today she has about 4 albums to her credit.
Diana Hamilton Family| Background
Born in Ghana as the third of eight siblings to the late apostle Felix Antwi. A former Executive Member of the Church of Pentecost, and Mrs. Comfort Antwi. born in Kumasi, Ashanti Region to Apostle
Diana attended Morning Star School in Accra. Then continued her education at Ghana National College in Cape Coast.
She is recognized as one of the most talented and successful Ghanaian gospel singers in the past decade. Hamilton began her music career as a backing vocalist to gospel music legend Francis Agyei in most of his albums. She also performed live show with Rev, Jesse Dickson.
Diana Hamilton Husband| Children
Hamilton is married to Dr. Joseph Hamilton with twins. According to her, it took her six years before she gave birth to her twin in 2011.
Mrs. Hamilton and her family are based in the United Kingdom, where she works as a professional nurse.
Diana Hamilton Albums
Diana has four albums to her credit: Osoro Bekasa, Ensi Wo Yie, Yehowa and I Believe.
The “I Believe” album, which was released in 2018, spawned the hit song Mo Ne Yo. The song’s video currently has a whopping 4.4 million views on Youtube.
Diana Hamilton Awards| Recognitions
Best Female Artiste at the Africa Gospel Awards 2014. Before she had already won.
Best Artiste Europe at the Africa Gospel Awards 2011. Then followed by.
Best Female Act and Best Gospel Act at the Ghana Music Awards Europe 2012.
Best Female Vocal Performance at the Ghana Gospel Industry Awards 2012.
Diana Hamilton Songs
Hamilton songs are among the most popular Ghanaian gospel songs on the airwaves right now. She has been one of the most consistent Ghanaian gospel musicians in the past decade. They include:
- Mo Ne Yo
- Work In Progress
- Eye Woa
- Worship Medley
- Yehowa Behwe
- Papa Reigns
- Wani Ku Me Ho
- It’s All About You
- Ayeyie Nwom
- I Believe
- Most High God
- Edin/the Name Worship
- Otumfour Nyankopon
- Onyame Ye
- I’ve Got This Chance
- I’m So Proud
- Fresh Oil
- Le Bonheur
- Back To The Island
- I Wanna Be Ready
- Name of the Lord
- Everything I Need
- Nhyira Nkoaa
- Ensi Wo Yie
- Osoro Bekasa
- Wo Ye
Diana Hamilton Interview
Multiple award-winning gospel artiste and nurse Diana Hamilton revealed she makes £26,000 annually. This is just from her career as a health professional in the UK but will always put her music before her role as a nurse.
The Yehowah Behwe hitmaker, speaking in an interview on Ayekoo Ayekoo, Accra100.5FM’s mid-morning show hosted by Nana Romeo, said: “If you put my two professions – nursing and music – on the table, I will always choose music over nursing on any day and anytime.
“When I was very young and about to write my exams at junior secondary school, my parents told me that I had a divine gift which was my voice, but that the music could wait and that my age and education could not and so I should finish my education then I could pursue my career in music.
“My parents didn’t want to see me go hungry in the likelihood that I was not invited to perform at events or was unable to sell my music and so asked that I pursue nursing, as that will put food on my table every day while I practise my music on the sides.
“Now, as we speak, I make £26,000 a year as a nurse, but I cannot quantify how much I make in music. However, I can tell you that by the grace of God my music is not doing badly, I do not borrow money to pursue my music career.”
Hamilton, born Diana Antwi Boasiako, who is now based in the United Kingdom, started her musical career at the age of 13 as a backing vocalist for celebrated gospel artiste Francis Agyei.
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