Kenny G and Clipse joined Sunday Service, as both were featured on the album cut “Use This Gospel.”
According to early projections, the project could mean another No. 1 for Ye. Jesus Is King is expected to pull in between 225,000-275,000 units within its first week. If these figures are correct, his latest offering will easily lead the Billboard 200 chart and secure Kanye's ninth No. 1 solo album.
Like the title suggests, the lyrics on Jesus Is King are extremely religious and reflect Kanye’s re-commitment to Christianity. There is no cursing on the album, and songs that strayed from the project’s Christian themes, like the Nicki Minaj-assisted “New Body” (which appeared on preliminary track lists), didn’t make the final cut.
While the Sunday Service Choir is featured on the albums first cut, “Every Hour,” Jesus Is King isn’t a Sunday Service album. West said his Sunday Service choir album, titled Jesus Is Born, will arrive on Christmas.