Kanye West Reportedly Wants to Take His Sunday Service Worldwide

Kanye West answers questions from senior pastor Joel Osteen during a service at Lakewood Church, Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019, in Houston. (AP Photo/Michael Wyke)

Kanye West plans to bring his Sunday Service gospel shows to the rest of the world, according to reports.

The rapper, 42, has hosted weekly gospel performances across the United States and beyond since January 2019.

With successes in Coachella and even Jamaica, the star reportedly wants to expand his horizons for 2020.

The star’s expansion efforts will focus on Europe and Africa this year, sources close to Kanye told TMZ.

The gossip site also says he is going to create another album gospel album, after releasing Jesus is Born just before Christmas last year.

Kanye also released his Christian-inspired solo album, Jesus is King, in September.

His Sunday Service shows are attended by masses of A-Listers, with the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Brad Pitt and Robert Cooper all visiting at one point.

While the services are non-denominational – with the idea to communicate love – they borrow a lot from Black Christian churches.

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Source: The Sun

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