Internationally acclaimed music magazine Billboard, has rated Ghanaian Gospel songstress @dianaantwihamilton as one of the most viewed Ghanaian artistes on YouTube.

With an average viewing of 6.42M, the “Mo Ne Yo” singer is rated 4th in the list of the top five most viewed artistes in Ghana.

She is the only woman in that exclusive list which is led by Shatta Wale who tops with 13.26M, Sarkodie – 11.72M, Stonebwoy – 7.86M and “Things Fall Apart” hitmaker Kofi Kinaata, who comes in at 5th with 4.63M.

“So yesterday was quite humbling with all these congratulatory messages coming in about my inclusion in the billboard list. Thank you very much for all your messages. This is a testament of your support of this ministry and that of my fellow workers in the vineyard which is overwhelming. My humble plea is that you keep supporting our propagation of the gospel through music with your prayers. I also pray that these accolades are translated into drawing more souls into the Kingdom. May the Lord keep doing for you, what no one can. Stay blessed.” She posted on her IG page

Diana Hamilton is a music phenomenon on the rise and a leading voice in contemporary African gospel music. She is a multi-octave and gifted artiste whose vocal ability has positioned her as one of the industry’s best-loved talents. 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. 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. Her ministry has taken her to various countries across the world including USA, Italy, Belgium, Canada, Holland and Germany.

Diana developed a profound passion for music at a very tender age, which has led to a celebrated journey. She has 3 hit albums to her credit and released her fourth album titled “Yehowah’ in September 2015 which is receiving tremendous airplay. Her inspirational songs continue to encourage many across world. She has received nominations for several awards and has won the following awards to the glory of God: Best Female Artiste at the Africa Gospel Awards 2014, Best Artiste Europe at the Africa Gospel Awards 2011, Best Female Act and Best Gospel Act at the Ghana Music Awards Europe 2012 and Best Female Vocal Performance at the Ghana Gospel Industry Awards 2012.