Kanye West has dedicated a lot of his energy recently to his Sunday Service concert series, and in 2020 he reportedly has big plans. After releasing the first Sunday Service album, Jesus Is Born, on Christmas, TMZ reports that Ye wants to take the gospel event across the world.

He's already played with Sunday Service at Coachella and Joel Osteen's megachurch, and now sources have indicated Kanye wants to tour Europe and Africa next. The plan is to eventually take Sunday Service worldwide, but the focus right now is allegedly on shows in Europe and Africa. It's not clear which countries from those continents he plans to visit, but the run will not be a traditional Kanye West tour if he does indeed go ahead.

Additionally, Yeezy's reportedly planning to record another gospel record with the choir in the immediate future. While he has been hosting Sunday Service shows on an almost weekly basis, when the worldwide tour comes into effect he will be spacing the events out a little more. He will reportedly team up with Joel Osteen again later this year, too, playing Yankee Stadium in May as part of Osteen's Night of Hope Tour.

It remains to be seen just how far Kanye will take his Sunday Service series. With his newfound committment to God, it seems likely a tour and a new project will be announced in the coming months.