Three weeks after enlisting his Sunday service choir to honor his late collaborator Virgil Abloh, Kanye West returned today with the latest installment of his gospel series.
When he arrived just hours after Drakeo the Ruler was announced dead after a fatal stabbing on Saturday night, people expect Ye to honor the 28-year-old Los Angeles rapper during Sunday’s event, and for good reason. to. Kanye dedicated his most recent Sunday service concert to Virgil, while the previous edition served as a tribute to the victims who died at Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival.
Ye’s choir is mounted in all black with hoods and provided gospel interpretations by Frank Oceans Channel Orange excellent “Lost”, as well as a cover of Jeremih’s 2015 deep clip “Paradise”.
Today’s episode comes just over a week after Ye and Drake reunited on stage for their Free Larry Hoover benefit concert.
The event, which was livestreamed through Amazon Music, marked their first time performing together after squeezing their beef last month. The debate began with a series of numbers by Ye’s Sunday Service Choir with performances of Adele’s “Easy on Me” and Fugees’ “Ready or Not”.
Kanye then took the stage alone to perform 14 of his own songs and a cover of “Find Your Love”, which Yeezy produced and co-wrote for Drizzy’s debut album from 2010 Thank me later. Other tracks include “Jesus Walks”, “All Falls Down” and “Black Skinhead”.