Kanye West is back with another edition of Sunday Service, with this week’s service taking place in Los Angeles once again.
The one-hour event was livestreamed and uploaded as an unlisted video on Ye’s YouTube account. The Sunday Service Choir appeared in all-black hoodies and sang renditions of Frank Ocean’s “Lost” and Jeremih’s “Paradise,” holiday-appropriate favorites like “O Come All Ye Faithful” and West’s own songs including “24.” Meanwhile, children also dressed in black hoodies can be seen running around and having fun during the service.
The last iteration of Sunday Service took place in late November and was dedicated to the late Virgil Abloh. The Sunday Service Choir melody performed a somber medley that included a take of Adele‘s “Easy On Me,” followed by a message that read, “IN LOVING MEMORY OF VIRGIL ABLOH, THE CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF DONDA.”
Watch Kanye West’s Sunday Service above.
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