Kanye West Says He Plans to Launch a Gospel University

Kanye West on Joe Rogan experience, Oct 24,2020 | YouTube/Screenshot/KanyeWest

Kanye West made an appearance on “The Joe Rogan Experience” on Saturday and revealed that he’s launching a gospel university. 

West talked for nearly three hours about his relationships with God, the music industry, his presidential run, abortion, racism and wanting to lead a free world. In the episode, he also disclosed that he would be reimagining gospel singing and launching a university.

“The songs that we’re doing at Sunday service is basically my book of hymns for the future gospel university that I’m creating,” West told Rogan.

“I’ve envisioned and will manifest a 200,000-seat stadium, circular, with 100,000 gospel singers.”

West, who has always been a visionary, likened his university to the type of training one would receive when training for the Olympics or professional sports.

“People will go to this university and they will train the way a Russian Olympic swimmer [does]. Picture like they will be in the pool, six days a week, at least, if not seven days, he explained.

The Chicago native explained that people who sing for the church do so voluntarily as a “tithe or pro bono.”

“People don’t practice that as much as we practice going to studio to rap, or practice playing basketball for the NBA,” West continued.

“It’s making the NBA, so to say, the Colosseum for God. Have you heard like soccer chants with 60,000 people? I envision that for God — 100,000 people sometimes singing in harmony.”

The performer went on to give an example of what the singers in his school would sing.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law