Kanye West has once more gathered somewhere in the Hills to deliver on a new session of his Sunday Services. This time around, it looks like ‘Ye is democratizing the experience with more attendees present outside of the industry regulars on the guest list at previous services.

Setting up shop outdoors while clad in all white with a strong band and choir to his back, ‘Ye led performances of tracks that included his “Father, Stretch My Hands” and Fred Hammond’s “This Is The Day,” even retrieving a sample of the latter for a particularly sanctified flip.


Kanye’s Sunday Services began earlier this year and seemed to point toward a step closer toward the delivery of his Yandhi effort, with the rapper even debuting his “We’ll Find A Way” track at a session last month.

It still isn’t quite clear what the ultimate end game of the services is, if any. While some reports suggest that West may be planning to plant a church, fans have speculated that it may be a glimpse at a new concept for a future tour. Nevertheless, the clips that have surfaced from these services have been effective in conveying the energy present there each Sunday and are certainly enough to pique our interest in regard to Ye’s musical moves.



Kanye West Leads Another Charged Sunday Service