Personality Profile of Diana Antwi Hamilton: With a powerful voice and an inspired writer’s hand in music and words, she has become one of African gospel’s most talked-about talents across the world.
Personality Profile: Diana is an incredibly gifted Holy Spirit filled songstress who takes her calling very serious.
She has a strong desire to draw people to have a deeper relationship with God through her music.
She is an inspirational worship leader who leads worship across the world.
She was born to the late Apostle Felix Antwi, a former Executive Member of the Church of Pentecost, and Mrs Comfort Antwi. Born and raised in a family of ten (10) and the 3rd of eight (8) children.
She wasn’t born into a wealthy home but my father, who was a missionary, believed so much in our education invested in ours to ensure that we had the best of it. She went to Ghana National College. She read science at the secondary school and that nurtured her interest in field of medicine hence solidifying the foundation of my nursing career. She is now a nurse in the UK. She is the third of eight siblings.
She is married with a set of twins.
She started her musical career at the age of 13 as a backing vocalist for celebrated gospel artiste Francis Agyei. Diana developed a profound passion for music at a very tender age, which has led to a celebrated journey.
Her ministry has taken her to various countries across the world including USA, Italy, Belgium, Canada, Holland and Germany. She believes her music ministry has a key role to play in edifying, encouraging and exhorting the saints as the coming of the Lord draws near.
She remains a mentor for many upcoming gospel musicians. She also finds time to mentor the youth in her local church. She is currently managed by 1615 Media.
She got married on the 6th of August 2005. Mrs. Hamilton recounted how she went through a phase of constant sadness when she could not conceive for 3 years after her marriage and was almost always reminded of it as some people around her kept asking her why she did not have kids oblivious of her struggles.
The UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer, Diana Hamilton lost her dad to a sudden ailment 0n Thursday May 2, 2013.
Mrs Hamilton who disclosed that she worships with the Church of Pentecost said apart from her church where she would not ask questions if asked to perform, an invitation to sing at another church should come with some payment.
Ghanaian Gospel artiste Diana Hamilton revealed that she spent almost GH¢8,500 to get her voice trained by a white professional in the UK.
According to her, it was a necessity for her to get her voice trained in order to get the best out of her when singing. She explained that the idea was suggested by her UK manager Uncle Charles and Keyboardist Kwame Yeboah to go through vocal coaching because she was sounding nasal during her performances.
Diana Hamilton also revealed she makes £26,000 annually from her career as a health professional in the UK but will always put her music before her role as nurse. Diana enjoys cooking and designs her own fashion.
Osoro be kasa – 2007
Ensi wo Yie – 2009
Blessing – 2011
Yehowah – 2015
Best Artiste Europe at the Africa Gospel Awards 2011.
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.
Female Artiste of the Year Africa Gospel Music Awards 2014.
AGMA female Artiste of the year 2015.
Artiste of Excellence Europe African Gospel Music & Media Awards 2017 (AGMMA).
Diana Hamilton had been involved as an advocate for ‘Healthy Lifestyles in Ghana and also supported various charitable causes. DHF is the charitable arm of Diana Hamilton Ministries. Check more information about her foundation here. Though the ministry had been engaged in charitable activities in the past, it was officially inaugurated in London on the 4th of February 2017.
DHF have in the past distributed hospital equipment to the La General Hospital,mosquito nets to the inhabitants of Apeadu, a town in the Ashanti region, children Christmas party and donations to the Nungua Children Home and that DHF (the foundation) in conjunction with Diana Hamilton Ministries are looking to do more to help improve the lives of others. Diana volunteered as a peace ambassador in recent elections in Ghana.
In 2017, Diana donated assorted medical equipment to Kumasi Children’s Hospital. The items worth 1,000 pounds include infrared thermometer, blood pressure monitors, disposable face mask, and other play toys for children.
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