Kanye West Takes His Sunday Service to a Real Church
Yeezy teamed up with the California Worship Center to share his talents with their congregation.
Kanye West has decided to bring his Sunday Service to the people.
For this week's performance, Yeezy teamed up with the California Worship Center to share his talents with their congregation. According to TMZ, Kanye's Sunday Service occupied the local middle school where members of the California Worship Center meet from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. During this time, Kanye brought the celebrities that frequent his Calabasas sessions into the gymnasium so they could experience his performance alongside the church's members.
Sources tell TMZ Kanye brought both a choir and marching band with him. Together they blended several records into gospel hymns, including Fred Hammond's "This Is the Day," the Watch the Throne cut "Lift Off," Snoop's "Drop It Like It's Hot," and Tye Tribbett's "Lift Him Up."
It is unclear how this Kanye's collaboration with the California Worship Center came to fruition. As a result, it hasn't been disclosed if this will be the new home of Sunday Service or if Yeezus will be taking his church on the road.