Kanye West started his own Sunday service earlier in 2019 and has so far racked up 12 services. This week saw him performing with his band and gospel choir in the mountains of LA. However the service was cut short due to the Los Angeles Police Department being called because of ‘Noise’ complaints by neighbours.
The recent gathering included a star studded guest list with Katy Perry, Courtney Love, Tyler, The Creator, and Orlando Bloom all in attendance.
Towards the end of the Sunday event, Kanye told the crowd that this week’s service would be their “last time on the mountain”.
You can watch the most recent service in the video below released by @TeamKanyeWest on Twitter.
“This is the last time on the mountain so y’all gotta party with us.” pic.twitter.com/VgmE6LM5Nj
— TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) March 25, 2019
Kanye West is planning to release his ninth studio album this year. The album is very much underway. It is to include several well known musicians such as Kid Cudi, Young Thug, and the late XXXTentacion. It has also been revealed that Kanye is wanting to feature Dua Lipa on the album titled ‘Yandhi’.
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