How Spice Diana is beating the COVID lockdown
By Michael Nampala 17 Jul 2020 12:15 PM EAT
It's close to five months since the country was locked down due to the Coronavirus that has not spared any sector. In Uganda, some measures have been eased and some sectors have resumed operations, though not fully as they have to observe the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in place.
Spice Diana putting pen on paper to one of her latest contracts
The entertainment industry is still under total lockdown now that it rides mostly on the crowds which could spread the virus very easily in the community.
Just like others, artists have been affected because most performances that could easily boost their earnings have been halted in the process.
The Kwata Wano singer, Spice Diana is exploiting every avenue to earn over and above performing and these are some of the options she is exploring;
1). Ambassador - Spice Diana has held meetings with Victoria University and ItelMobile and she will be promoting their services.
The Omusheshe star is already promoting services of these companies; GoGp, Italtex, Cozystrings lingerie and Africell among others.
2). YouTube - Spice Diana is using her YouTube channel to promote her music both the new and the old and that is not all, she also connects with her fans by sharing her lifestyle on her channel.
Ka Spice as she fondly refers to herself has held a series of online concerts that are streamed live on her various social platforms of which YouTube is one of them.
Her YouTube channel has close to 18Million views with Omusheshe and Best Friend songs that she did with Ray G and King Saha having the most views of 1.8M each.
Spice Diana rocks the Dolce and Gabbana heels and a bag
Spice Diana joins the likes of Anne Kansiime, Eddy Kenzo, Rema Namakula, Chameleone and the Masaka kids on the list of Ugandan artists that have been awarded for surpassing the 100K subscriber base on YouTube.