Singer Spice Diana has excited her amazing fans after scooping a YouTube silver award for reaching 100K subscribers. Therefore she took it to social media to share her happiness together with the fans who support her career. In addition, she urged her fans to keep sharing her content so that it enables her to grow her channel to up to 1M subscribers. Therefore, with this, she will be able to win the YouTube golden award…
“Hey family, we got it our YOUTUBE Silver award is here, all the way from America to Uganda. Thank you, my subscribers,” Spice Diana posted.
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Briefly, who is Spice Diana?
Spice Diana alias Namukwaya Hajara Diana is an artist from Uganda. She was born in 1996. Spice started her music career at a tender age after her senior six. She attended the Kibuli Demonstration School for her primary education. Diana then joined St Peter’s Senior Secondary School for her Secondary education before joining Makerere University.
In addition, she graduated here with a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Arts. However, during that time, she struggled a lot to balance between books and school just like any other person. In addition, her lectures used to collide with most of her musical performances. Spice Diana started her music career in the year 2014 with a hit banger dubbed “Onsanula”. Therefore since it was welcomed by the people of Uganda, it managed to win Diana the best female breakthrough artist award in 2015.
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