Kanye West has used his Sunday Service performance at Coachella as an opportunity to debut a new song titled "Water." Accompanied by a number of his frequent collaborators, including Chance the Rapper, Ty Dolla Sign, Teyana Taylor, 070 Shake, DMX, and Kid Cudi among others, Ye and his choir pushed through some technical difficulties to perform new renditions of a number of classics.

The new song, however, featured him going back and forth with Ant Clemons, who previously appeared on Ye track "All Mine."

During an interview with Surface back in 2016, Kanye said that his "ultimate goal" was to "be like water, to create in an invisible way, to create something where you can add some kind of information that can help people along their path."

The Coachella edition of Sunday Service also saw Kanye rap alongside his choir. The College Dropout highlight "All Falls Down" made an appearance.

DMX, who previously showed up to one of the pre-Coachella Sunday Service events, gave a sermon to the audience. The performances eventually made Kanye break into tears as Cudi, DMX, and Chance comforted him.

Meanwhile, the merch he sold before the performance kicked off is now available on his website here.