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28 Jun 2010

Indie Buzz Records signs new Contemporary Gospel Artist, Dianna Hobbs

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June 28, 2010 Category: Oasis Posted by:

Best known as Founder and Editor In Chief of, the #1 online magazine for Christian women of color, Dianna Hobbs ventures into music with the release of her first single entitled “Do What He Said”


Announced recently by Amy Bertinelli, Publicist for Indie Buzz Music Corporation that Indie Buzz Records has officially signed Founder and Editor In Chief of, Dianna Hobbs, as its first solo artist. Her new single, “Do What He Said,” is scheduled to be released through major online retailers on July 20, 2010.


“Dianna Hobbs is an immensely talented, smart, and beautiful woman, and the entire Indie Buzz team is thrilled to collaborate with Dianna to launch this new phase in her ministry,” said Bertinelli. “To see such a gifted leader who is reaching so many women through her successful online publication branch out into music, is quite exciting.”


“Transition is never easy or comfortable,” said Hobbs during a press interview. “But I’ve been blessed with a talented and experienced team working with me at Indie Buzz Records. This is definitely all very new, yet I’m grateful to have the platform to impact lives through music.”


With the launch of Indie Buzz Music Corporation, a venture Dianna Hobbs began with husband and business partner, Kenya Hobbs, along with a dedicated management team with more than 45 years of collective experience in the music industry, Dianna Hobbs is all set to make a bold impact. Listeners can hear a sample of the digital release of her self-penned, urban techno single, “Do What He Said,” produced by Kre8tor (Double Edge Ministries) at


Hobbs is currently in the studio working on her Indie Buzz Records debut album, featuring the new single “Do What He Said,” currently slated for a Fall 2010 release.

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