She has been in music for quite a long time, despite her bustling timetables in London as a medical attendant. Diana Antwi Hamilton was one of the fastest growing Gospel artists in Ghana.
She continued pushing forward by releasing tunes that coexisted with music fans, especially for the Christian community.
Within a brief time frame, every one of her tunes were extremely famous in Ghana, pushing people to consistently be on alert, and always anticipating a banger from her.
Step by step, Diana Antwi ‘arrived’ after predictable hit releases, qualifying her to be nominated in several music awards both in Ghana and abroad.
Her excellent voice has not only been her weapon, but her stage performances has always done the ‘wizardry’ for her this load of years.
In fact, she has won several honors, but Diana Antwi’s most recent ‘Artist Of The Year’ award at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2021 was an additional option, exceptional, and perhaps the biggest award received since her entrance into the Ghanaian music industry.
The always smiling artist ‘made history’ as the first female gospel performer to have grabbed the sought-after award from a circular artist.
Singer KiDi was highly tipped to win the honor, subsequent to releasing series of hit tunes consecutive in 2020 and the first half of 2021, but Diana had an edge over the latter.
That said, Diana Antwi was similarly incredible during the year in review with her ‘Adom’ tune. At the VGMA 2021, the Artist Of The Year had a wonderful time on stage with colleague gospel act- Joe Mettle, who is also a former Artist Of The Year, with collaborative tunes.
Diana Antwi unmistakably knows the stunt, which is– composing tunes that coexists with people, aside from the essential point of the message in the tunes.
She has been very consistent, henceforth her new big award that got people talking. Any time she steps in front of an audience to perform, she simply delivers perfectly.
Interestingly, Diana Antwi has an exceptional microphone she brings with her to all occasions for quite a long while at this point.
As indicated by her, she feels entirely comfortable singing with her own microphone, which she thinks produces the quality sound she requires.
The passionate singer has vowed to compose more hit tunes, and make the best out of her new award as Ghana’s Artist of The Year.
Obviously, her primary goal of sending the expression of God across through her music, won’t be forgotten about.