Perfil

Atividades principais
Publisher
Estilo principal
Gospel & Religious
Language skills
English  
Atividades secundárias
Artist   Publisher   Promotion   Record Label   Vocalist   Management   Organization   Education   Venue   Composer   Distribution   lyricist   Singer Songwriter  
Estilo secundário
House   Musical  

Perfil pessoal

Mrs. Diana Hopeson (formerly Diana Akiwumi) is a Recording and Performing Artiste with several hit songs in Ghana. She has travelled extensively as a Minstrel and an Itinerant Minister of Music and Conference Speaker, counselor and Mediator. Diana is the CEO of GHMusic Publishing and Management and a board member of the Ghana Music Rights Owners Organization of Ghana (GHAMRO). A Board member of the premier Music Awards scheme in Ghana - Vodaphone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) A former President of her country’s Music Union, (Musiga) Currently a council member of the Christian Music Association (CMAG). She has been instrumental in making policies for the creative arts industry and has champion unionism and Intellectual Property rights issues. Ghana's Copyright Icon and has certificate in Music therapy.

Perfil da empresa

GHMusic Publishing and Management is a Ghanaian music publishing company registered Ghana in 2015. It’s core mandate is to service the composer and songwriter by handling Music Administration issues including; song registration, licensing, royalties, and creative matters. It started slow as an agent of Ghana’s Music CMO (Ghamro) and also offered services like copyright registration and registrations for Music professional associations. In 2018, GHMusic Publishing got a Global Start up Ecosystem Scholarship training that opened her up to the international music world. She attended the 2019 edition of Midem and got partners like Broma 16, Sheer Publishing, The Madison Corporation, and KDM Digital just to mention a few. GHMusic Publishing and Management has a large catalog. Her Mission is to take African songwriters, composers and performers repertoire to worldwide audiences so that they can derive maximum benefits from their intellectual property rights and international recognition for their creations.