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Kanye West Takes Over Detroit Ahead Of ‘Jesus Is King’ Album Release! – Perez Hilton


Kanye West celebrates the release of his new album, Jesus Is King, with an eventful day in Detroit.

According to the Detroit Free Press, on Friday, the Yeezus rapper threw his famous “Sunday Service” for about 6,000 fans and singers at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre.

Reportedly, the musician, wife Kim Kardashian West, and their children arrived after 1 p.m. in a black Chevy Tahoe.

Per the publication, three buses of choir singers from Chicago sang on stage, while around 2,000 Detroit vocalists were situated throughout the venue.

While the choir crooned numbers such as Hallelujah, Salvation and Glory, Our Lord, How Excellent, and the musician’s Ultralight Beam, Kanye performed a verse from his 2016 song Father Stretch My Hands.

As seen above, Kim posted a video from the extravaganza on Instagram Story, where daughter North West and her dad were filmed singing their hearts out.

That night, West held his “Jesus Is King: A Kanye West Experience” at the Fox Theatre where fans saw a film, and then listened to the new LP.

Per Kardashian’s IG Story:

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