- Diana Asamoah has made a shocking revelation about where she gets her inspiration
- Diana Asamoah says she draws inspiration from reggae music when writing her gospel songs
- She added that she listens to Bob Marley a lot because his songs are like gospel songs
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Popular gospel singer, Evangelist Diana Asamoah, says reggae music is her main source of motivation which drives her to write songs that will stand the test of time.
Diana Asamoah, in a story sighted on Celebritiesbuzz, said she loves listening to Bob Marley's songs because the lyrics of his songs have greatly impacted her music career.
She added that reggae songs are generally sensible songs that are devoid of foul language and are refreshing.
"I listen to reggae music and especially Bob Marley to pick lyrics that shape the gospel songs I write. Gospel music has to do with speaking about God and I believe most reggae songs speak about God and talk about good things,”
The Onyame Ba hitmaker disclosed that she is focused on producing songs that may not necessarily trend but will last a lifetime, just like Bob Marley's songs.
"I do lifetime songs like Bob Marley. That is why most of my songs are Pentecostal hymns because they will not wither in changing seasons.”
Diana Asamoah was recently in the news after her name was mentioned in Mr Drew’s Dw3 song.
She said she was very happy hearing her name, adding that it is a good thing. Asamoah explained that since her name was being mentioned in a good and favorable light, she had no issues with it.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that popular Ghanaian actress, Nana Ama McBrown, had wowed her fans on social media with her latest video.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, McBrown shows her versatility as she sings and rap Obrafour's Heavy hit song.
McBrown is seen sitting in her expensive Range Rover while she confidently sings the late Kofi B's verse and raps all of Obrafour's verses as well.
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