After months of honing it in the rural hills of various West Coast locales, Kanye‘s Sunday Service will debut to the general public at Coachella next month.
Today, the festival colossus announced the producer’s addition to their two-weekend program (see below,) slotting him in at 9AM PST on April 21st (Easter Sunday, of course.) Ye’s Sunday Service — backed by a massive choir and a full band led by Tony Williams — has performed recalibrated versions of selections from West’s catalog, along with new and nameless works, every Sunday of 2019.
Late last year, the producer led a confusing and controversial campaign over his right to perform in a MAGA hat, vowing that he would never hit the stage without it. However, every leaked clip of the performances — which, according to The New York Times, will be central to the upcoming season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians — has been MAGA-less.
Watch a clip of Kanye’s Sunday Service performance below.
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