Prior to her concert slated for 25th January 2019, Namukwaya Hajara Diana a.k.a Spice Diana has revealed the source of her strength and it all goes back to her poor family background from which a star was raised.

For a completely established music brand that she has become, many still wonder how Spice Diana rose through the ranks so quickly to become one of the best Ugandan musicians today.

When she broke out with her mega hit single Onsanula in 2014, several critics thought she was just one of the many masqueraders who drop one hit and never appear in our faces again.

Flashforward to today, Spice is one of the biggest music brands in the Ugandan and East African music industries.

With hit songs like 32, Now, Best Friend, Ndi Mu Love, Kyuma, among others, Spice Diana is headed for even more greatness as she gets ready for her concert in January 2019.

While appearing for an interview with Herbie Kay on Metro FM on Wednesday afternoon, Spice revealed that it has not been such a smooth road to get to the point she is at right now.

Coming from a very humble family background, her parents were poor and sometimes they slept hungry. She had to make everything workout on her own because there is not much family could provide apart from the basic needs.

Along the way came several controversies but the songstress believes that it is from these low moments that she realizes how stronger she becomes with each new day.

She now prepares to sing for her loyal fans at her second concert and everybody is feeling the heat surely. 2018 has been her year just as the late Mowzey Radio predicted.

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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