Here’s everything we know about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s mysterious ‘Sunday Service’ tradition

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Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have been organizing a “Sunday Service” every week since the beginning of January.
During the services, West performs with a choir, often singing and rapping gospel versions of his own songs.
The services may be part of a promotional strategy for West’s upcoming album, “Yandhi.”
The weekly tradition also appears to be connected to West’s partnership with Adidas.
Aside from members of the Kardashian-Jenner family, guests have also included Kid Cudi, David Letterman, and various West collaborators.

If you follow Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West, or any other member of the extended Kardashian-Jenner clan, chances are good that you’ve seen clips of the family’s current Sunday morning routine.

Kardashian West has been habitually documenting their new tradition, which they call “Sunday Service.” During the services, West will often sing and rap gospel versions of his own songs, accompanied by a large choir.

Here’s everything we know about the mysterious and exclusive ritual.

“Sunday Service” was launched on the first Sunday of this year.

Kardashian West began posting videos of “Sunday Service” on January 6, 2019.

It appears that Kardashian West and West have continued to host the service every week since then, and they don’t show any signs of stopping.

Just hearing music as our Sunday Service was super inspiring. See you next Sunday ✨

— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 6, 2019

West performs at the services, backed by a gospel choir.

Judging by the various videos posted by Kardashian West and other attendees, West tends to prefer performing his own songs. These are typically his more religious tracks, including “Jesus Walks,” “Ultralight Beam,” and “Reborn” — although he has also performed some that are less pious, like “Violent Crimes,” “I Wonder” and “Bound 2.”

Next time I’m in the club, everybody screamin’ out… 🔥

🎥: @DjPharris pic.twitter.com/tdQHNciUWd

— Def Jam Recordings (@defjam) March 10, 2019

In addition to singing and rapping, he has also been recorded giving mini rants with a musical backdrop, as one might expect.

“They say you’re acting crazy. Oh, that’s not an act. I act normal, I ACT normal. We all unpaid actors anyway. You know, when you’re two years old screaming the whole restaurant say, ‘teach him how to act.’” – KW #SundayService pic.twitter.com/a3ho4F23iU

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Source:: Business Insider

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