UK based Ghanaian gospel artiste, Diana Antwi Hamilton who has become a household name in the gospel industry in Africa, has confirmed that she has not changed the face of her ministry.
This came as a result of some controversies surrounding her versatility in doing both contemporary and typical indigenous gospel very well although she started as a local indigenous artiste.
This she attributed to the effect of the Grace of God when she spoke on Gospel 360 show on Accra 100.5 FM with Andy Favored
According to the ‘Work in Progress’ singer, she has always loved and done contemporary gospel music. She continued that, right from childhood till when she was 15 years of age, she was a regular at a typical local Pentecost Church with her Grandma. This she says has made her loved and appreciated the Pentecost deep rooted Twi songs.
Diana says, she later switched to Pentecost International Worship Center (PIWC), an assembly of Pentecost Church that appreciates contemporary Gospel Music for another 15 years of her life.
It still comes back to the fact that it was the Grace of God that positioned me strategically for all these things – says Diana
Diana Hamilton has 4 albums to her credit and she is up gearing towards the release of a 5th one titile ‘IBelieve’. The new album contains songs like Fresh Oil (written with Cwesi Oteng) and Mo ne Yo which were released as singles ahead of the main album’s arrival.