Kim shared a clip on Twitter, writing, “Sunday Service in Watts today.” In the footage, Ye and his choir have flipped Travis and Drake's “Sicko Mode” and 2Pac’s “California Love” to name a few.
Sunday Service in Watts today pic.twitter.com/Yofl72yDEg— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) September 1, 2019
Ye hosted the last Sunday Service in Dayton, Ohio to honor and support the mass shooting victims. The event was attended by some of those who were impacted by the shooting, as well as Dave Chappelle, who thanked Kanye for showing up.
Last week, Kim also teased a release date and tracklist for a possible Kanye album on Twitter. While the infamous Yandhi name didn’t appear in the image—which showed a notebook featuring an assumed tracklist next to a bible—it featured the title of Jesus is King. The image revealed that fans can expect something at the end of September.
Song titles included “Garden,” “God Is,” “Baptized,” “Sunday,” and “Sweet Jesus,” indicating that the project might sound something like what we've heard during the Sunday Service events. Yandhi was originally announced in Sept. 2018 with a tentative release date of sometime around the same month, although it was later delayed. It has since been postponed indefinitely, with no new release date set.