Singer, songwriter and multi-award-winning gospel minister, Diana Antwi Hamilton, was interviewed on BBC World Service, which aired today. In her debut interview with BBC, Diana Hamilton talks about her music ministry, foundation, and yearly events, “The Experience with DH”.
The gospel songstress talked about her artistry in songwriting, where she is famously known for seamlessly intermixing the local dialect with the English language to create a message of hope in her songs for people from all walks of life, also for listeners to have an idea of the message.
In her response to how her newly launched event, AkwantuPa Experience with Diana Hamilton, came about, she said, “over the years, we’ve gotten the numbers, and we’ve had the corporate world being interested in what we do”.
Diana Hamilton further clarified that when people come into the auditorium, they are specifically there to lift songs of praise and worship to God. She continued to say that it is also crucial to create AkwantuPa awareness to help Ghanaians living in the diaspora. She pointed out that “when we take care of their spiritual needs, it is also important we take care of their physical needs.”
The 2021 VGMA artiste of the year hinted at a song she will be releasing on Friday 14th October, 2022 and also spoke briefly about her foundation, which focuses on health and education.
Diana Hamilton recently sold-out the Dominion Center for her AkwantuPa Experience with DH in London.
You can listen to the interview here
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