Kanye West Takes Sunday Service To Baton Rouge

Shirley Ju

Kanye West was in Baton Rouge to hold his Sunday Service after the release of his new album "Jesus Is King."

(AllHipHop News) Kanye West finally unleashed his highly-anticipated album Jesus Is King, leaving Ye fans satisfied and praising the Lord.

After a successful screening of the project’s coinciding IMAX film at The Forum in Los Angeles, and a full-blown Sunday Service at the same venue on Sunday, the Chicago native turned his focus to Baton Rouge.

On Friday night, Ye brought his traveling Sunday Service program to Bethany Church, which caused much ruckus in the city.

The sold-out event, which cost $49.99 to get in, took place in the shadow of the Church's three huge crosses over Interstate 10.

As always, Sunday Service featured dozens of singers and musicians in the choir, joining West on stage for both traditional gospel songs and re-interpretations of some of his greatest hits. 

He also had some special guests courtesy of his kids, North and Saint. 

This comes in perfect timing with his ninth studio album Jesus Is King still fresh to listeners’ ears.

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