The sensational Diamond Appiah, who some years ago became the toast of thousands of Ghanaian music fans with her hit songs, ‘Kaa Fe Dull’, ‘Taste My Apple’ among others, is set to release her latest single titled ‘Superman’.
She told BEATWAVES that the fusion of good drumbeats, the sound of foot drums and base guitar, which are felt in the background, make the song danceable.
The quality of her music is beyond doubt exceptional, as witnessed in the couple of singles she has to her credit.
As an artiste, Diamond represents originality and always stands by the fact that being original would guarantee longevity in the industry.
Based on her outstanding performances on the music scene for the past decade, Diamond has received quite a number of reviews in the music arena, following what pundits have described as her wild, top of the range and extreme fashion that she employs in her music.
Perhaps, what has engineered this widely held notion is the fact that many people perceive that her style is more exotic and have hence likened it to Lady Gaga’s, a pop star in the US.
The many reviews, assertions and opinions from the public, according to the hip-hop star, have helped her stay on course in her resolve to maintain what to her is her original style.
In an interview with BEATWAVES, Diamond disclosed that her latest single, ‘Superman’ talks about her relationship with a man she loves so much, whom she described as superman in her life.
Diamond disclosed that she was inspired by the love her partner has shown her throughout their relationship and decided to release the single as a way of showing appreciation.
She urged her fans to grab a copy of the CD because “I decided to share a little bit of my love life with my fans through the song”.
Source: Daily Guide
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