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  • Music Artist Sponsorship

    About the band

    The name of the brand is Olusola David, Ayibiowu

    Our style and genre is Christian Gospel Music

    We can tour nationally, locally, or internationally

    Our average audience and fans online is more than 350 people in size as its keep increasing with time.

    The demographic data of your audiences is from all over the world online?

    Who sponsors you already? We are presently looking for sponsors both home and abroad worldwide



    Band Description.

    Our brand is open online for fans and brand members who are Christian and willing to sing for Christ.

    Our brand will send an invitation to the musician or singers who is willing to be part of us.

    My first song title: Help of God is an inspiration from God which was received in a dream at night on April 8, 2017, and as I woke early in the morning when the song was still ringing in his spirit as he kept singing on until the song was developed in audio and videos slides.

    As I was doing research, I discovered a website which was named ReverbNation and later uploaded the song to Hear all the songs of Olusola David, Ayibiowu on Visit:

    Presently we are in collaboration with Gracefield Studio for our studio recording and many more. Visit:

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  • Help of God

    This song is an inspiration from God which was received in a dream at night on April 8, 2017, and as he woke early in the morning when the song was still ringing in his spirit as he kept singing on until the song was developed in audio and videos slides.

    As he was doing research, there he discovered a website which was named ReverbNation and later uploaded the song to The song title ‘’Help of God’’ is written by Olusola David, Ayibiowu as the songwriter. This is the song lyrics below.

    Help of god 1

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    Verse 1

    He is my helper

    In the time of trouble

    He is my helper

    In the time of need

    He is my helper and helper in everything Chorus

    Oh oh oooooooo

    He's help,

    The help of God, He’s help

    Help from God

    He's help,

    My helper in everything (2ce)

    My helper in everything

    During the coral practice at Unilag

    Olusola has gone through a rigorous time as the class governor of time-students in general arts and graduated from Yaba College of Technology, 2000-2003 with OND.

    In brief, he later proceeded to University of Lagos, Department of Creative Arts where he learned how to sing classical music and native airs as part of the coral practice in Unilag for 100 and 200 Level students’ practical exams in 2007.

    However, he graduated from the University of Lagos with a degree Hons. B. A Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art who major as a Painter although he has been practicing paintings in visual arts for many years till date as a Contemporary Nigeria Artist before he later gained admission to YabaTech and from there to Unilag.

    Personal Development of the song.

    The personal development, as well as the spiritual aspect of the song, is very curial. As the song is going through campaigns on social media like facebook, twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Linkedin, etc. In other to allow people to become fans and Add fan members on ReverbNation and hear from the people’s opinions about the song for the purpose of studio recording, contribution, sponsor and promotion, until perfection is fully earned and the full album will be label and release by the sufficient grace of God for him as soon as possible.


    Service to God

    His place of worship is The Redeemed Christian of God, Church of the Nazarene where he is serving the Lord and working with God in His vineyard in Ushering department as an Usher.

    In summary,






  • Article

    Author: Olusola David, Ayibiowu
    Edition: First
    Year: July, 2017
    Published: Online by Creative Arts Solution Foundation



    realistic article should consist of an eye-catching title which attracts the readers attention and suggests the theme of the article.
    An article according to Cambridge Dictionary English meaning a piece of writing on a particular subject in a newspaper or magazine, or any of the English words "a", "an", and "the", or words in other languages that do the same job as these or a particular thing, especially one that is one of several things of a similar type or in the same place.

    Article *Is a piece of writing usually intended for publication in a newspaper, magazine or journal
     *Is written for a wide audience, so it is essential to attract and retain the readers attention



    *May include amusing stories, reported speech and descriptions
     *Can be formal or informal, depending on the target audience
     *Should be written in an interesting or entertaining  manner Should give opinions and thoughts, as well as facts
     *Is in a less formal style than a report
     An article can
     *Describe an experience, event, person or place
     *Present an opinion or balanced argument
     *Compare and contrast
     *Provide information
     *Offer suggestions
     *Offer advice

    Article writing titles

    The article title is absolutely necessary when writing, and should be a concise summary of the
    information which is going to follow in the article.
    In other words, the main topic of the article should be stated in the title. Stimulating the readers interest is also essential - if the title looks uninteresting, why would anyone read it? There are various ways to achieve this.
    For example, if you are writing a description of a place, using adjectives can enhance the attractiveness of the place, before the reader begins reading the article, e.g. The Tranquillity and Peace of an Island that Time Forgot. If the task involves proposing a solution to a problem or your opinion, and so on, you can address your audience directly, e.g. What You Need to Do to Be Successful, or use a question such as Is Learning English Really Necessary Today? for the title. In more formal articles, it is more common to just summaries the topic in a short statement, e.g. Laughter Can Improve Our Health. The title should not be too long and should mirror the style of the article - formal or informal.

    Deciding factors in the layout of an article
    Before you begin writing article it is important to consider:
    *Where is the article going to appear - in a newspaper or magazine?
    *Who are the intended readers - a specific group such as students or teenagers, or adults in general?
    *What is the aim of the article - to advise, suggest, inform, compare and contrast, describe, etc.?
    These three points are the deciding factors in the layout of your article, its style, language and level of formality.
    Determine the information you are going to use and organize your ideas carefully into paragraphs.
    Each paragraph should have a clear topic sentence.
    The article could be formal, semi-formal or informal, depending on your intended audience.
    Use vocabulary and descriptive language appropriate for the article. Linking words and expressions, and a variety of vocabulary will only improve your work and make it more interesting.
    DO NOT use over-personal or over-emotional language or simplistic vocabulary.
    DO NOT talk about yourself. You are writing for the general public, not a close circle of friends.
    Your opinions are only interesting to other people if you can make them amusing, justify them or
    explain them.
    Article publicity
    The publication can sometimes be described as a newspaper, and sometimes as a newsletter, which is a one or two page magazine, sent to members of a club or society at large. Always read the instructions for the task carefully to be clear about whom you are writing for.
    When deciding if an article's content is current, check the publication date and the dates of the references used in the article's reference list/bibliography.
    Also an articles may have numerous typographical mistakes, grammatical errors or other inaccuracies, are not reliable.Is the article information current and up-to-date?
    Articles are written by scholars/academics or a professional in the field.
    Articles or books may be written by a professional writer, e.g. journalist, who is not an expert in the field.
    Authors always cite their sources of information (e.g. use in-text referencing, provide a reference list or a bibliography) Authors rarely offer details about the sources of information i.e. they do not use in-text referencing or supply a reference list or bibliography.
    Text may provide research results, include specialized vocabulary, and is aimed at a scholarly audience.
    Text reports events or opinions and is aimed at a general audience (easy to read).
    There are many different types of information sources each characterized by different conventions and target audiences.
    Scholarly sources
    Scholarly sources disseminate research and academic discussion among professionals within disciplines.

    Non scholarly sources
    Non scholarly sources inform and entertain the public (e.g. popular sources such a newspapers, magazines) or allow practitioners to share industry, practice, and production information (e.g. trade sources such as non-refereed journals published for people working in the teaching profession).  

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    Enter Olusola David Ayibiowu Colour of Wisdom   on Daily Times Nigerian In conclusion,
    It can now be seen that in order to write a good article you need first to find the theme or topic sentence which summarizes what you are going to write about, and then make a plan. This strategy will enable you to write quickly and clearly, help you think of a title more easily and your work will have cohesion. Using this method gives the topic sentence of each paragraph and connects it to the other paragraphs. These topic sentences can be made into one paragraph and then developed to form a whole article. Conversely, these topic sentences, when taken together, can be used to cut down the entire article into a one-paragraph summary of the whole piece.

    Cambridge Dictionary English
    Article grammar
    Good Article-Wikipedia
    Cambridge University Press 2017