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Wilson Joel Tells The Story Behind “Alagbara” & “Everything Has Changed”

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wilson joel, everything has changed, alagbara, onos, Gospel music songstress Onos Ariyo ministered some of her songs at the Word Conference 2016 which held at House on the Rock church. Her ministration was so intense that it brought about some mind blowing revelation into the origin of two of her singles by award winning producer Wilson Joel.

Wilson Joel had written and produced the songs “Everything has Changed” & “Alagbara” which Onos released in 2014. The singles were also included in the “No Limit” album released in the same year.

Wilson Joel in his outpouring, admitted that Onos was the perfect vessel by which God transmitted the blessings of the singles to world and he couldn’t have made a better choice.

He said:

“When I got these 2 songs ‪”Alagbara”‬ & ‪”Everything Has Changed‬“, I didn’t know who to give them to honestly. I think I’ve heard Angels sing before to me but on the night in Houston, TX when the song “Alagbara” was sang to me in my sleep, I strongly believe those were angels singing! I woke up immediately. I was able to grab the whole lyrics, music arrangement in my subconscious (My Spirit) and recorded it on the phone.

Onos, Everything has changed, Alagbara

I never wanted to keep the song like I always do & next thing it’s gone! I called ONOS and asked her if she liked these songs, she obliged and took these songs from me (although she had to make some few inputs on ‪”Everything Has Changed‬“) but what I’m driving at is how so beautifully rendered these 2 songs are whenever she sings them & how much of a humbling moment it is for me, Always!!! ! In fact, even in a situation of bad sound set up they always came out super nice and fresh!

Thank you so much for agreeing to express these songs freely & owning them and allowing the world benefit from it. If you didn’t sing them, they would be somewhere on my hard drive doing nothing as I might never sing them myself.

I cherish you my dear sister and the hand of God over your life”



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