New star: Sarah Hani is a business lady around town and when the opportunity arose, she couldn’t resist meeting her favourite celebrity, the fast rising Spice Diana.
Who is Spice Diana?
I am a young talented artiste and songwriter who went to Kibuli Demonstration School for primary education, then St Peter’s Nsambya and Kampala Citizen College for secondary level. I grew up with a single mother and we currently reside in Makindye.
What are those things we don’t know about you?
Well, I’m shy, kind, focused, and I grew up in a Muslim family though I’m a Christian.
You are a beautiful woman, how do you handle stalkers and have you got any?
They have started, but I ignore them until they lose interest. However, I haven’t come across persisting ones as yet.
What is extraordinary about you?
I write my own music and hatch my own melodies.
How do you define your type of music?
It’s a fusion Rn’B, Afro beat, dancehall and zouk. For instance my latest Nze Akwagala is zouk.
How many songs do you have so far?
I have an eight track album, but I have so far released three songs. Onsanula, which is hitting now, Nze Akwagala whose video has been shot and Sitoma.
Tell me about your musical journey?
I’m actually new on the scene having started out with Dr Fizol of Avie Records and it’s with him that I recorded Onsanula and Emma Carlos of Twinkle Star Agency spotted me on one of the TV stations and was impressed with my talent thus signing me under Aganaga Music with Twinkle Star as our management company.
What can’t you live without?
There is a lot of competition among new artistes. What is your target audience?
I’m targeting everyone and as long as my God is with me, I’m not afraid. I will make it to the top someday. I’m working smartly, no need to compete with anyone, besides I have the best management in Twinkle Star Agency. Music talks!
What does your management do for you?
They majorly aid in audio and video production, secure airplay for my music, career guidance, advice and counsel, they handle bookings, solicit for corporate gigs and so on.
Who inspired you to join the music industry?
What is the future like for you?
Most certainly bright, I have hope.
What do you think about Desire Luzinda’s situation?
It’s difficult and I feel pity for her.
Who are you looking at for collaboration?
Any talented male or female act.
Are you married or dating anyone?
What are the five songs you would dedicate to us your fans?
Onsanula, Nze Akwagala, Sitoma all by Spice Diana, Dance Disco by Kalifah AgaNaga and Nkubukinze by Irene Ntale.
What else do you do apart from music?
I’m pursing a Bachelor of Industrial and Fine Art at Makerere University.
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