Kanye West will hold a special Sunday Service session later today (October 31), which will be livestreamed for fans around the world.
The rapper announced the session on his Instagram earlier today, announcing the performance for 12pm PT/3pm ET. It will be broadcast online on Triller and on the Fite TV app, with no other details currently known about the event.
It will mark the star’s first appearance with the Sunday Service choir in six months, when he performed with them at a memorial service for DMX in April.
West’s Sunday Service sessions first began in January 2019, with the rap icon holding events every Sunday. The performances would see him and the choir play gospel versions of hits from across his back catalog, as well as songs by other artists.
Ye has held numerous Sunday Services over the years, including grand gatherings in Los Angeles, Chicago, Jamaica, New York, Detroit, Houston, and Washington, D.C., among others.
The first public Sunday Service event was held at Coachella 2019 to mark Easter, while West has also taken it to Salt Lake City, Houston, and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The Sunday Service Choir has also released its own album, Jesus Is Born, which arrived on Christmas Day in 2019.
The choir features over 100 singers, plus a bassist, trombonist, trumpeters, and percussionist. It is directed by Jason White and West.
Earlier this week (October 25), West’s latest album Donda became his fastest album to reach one billion streams on Spotify. The album was given a digital-only release on August 29 after weeks of delays as the rapper continued to work on it from Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium and previewed his progress at special listening parties.
The record is also the longest album to top the charts this decade, clocking in at 27 songs and almost 109 minutes. Across its tracklist, it features appearances from the likes of Jay-Z, Lil Baby, Pusha T, Playboi Carti, Jay Electronica and more.