If there's one person that can bring out the emotion in Kanye West, it's his Chicago brother, Chance The Rapper. For his latest Sunday Service, West brought his congregation to his hometown.
In a report published by TMZ yesterday (Sept. 8), West hosted a crowd at the Huntington Bank Pavilion in Chicago. The venue holds a 30,000-person capacity and the show was reportedly sold-out. The service featured a variety of tracks including 'Ye's "Father's Stretch My Hands Pt. 1," "Jesus Walks" and more. In addition to that, Chance performed his verse from 'Ye's "Ultralight Beams" track. In the viral video, West is seen getting emotional as someone close to him pats him on the back.
It's not surprising that Chance showed his support for West's weekly service. Besides the event taking place in his hometown, Chano stated during a recent interview that West's Sunday Service is important.
"I can't pinpoint a moment when it was like, Ye, has his — I don't even know what to call it — his revelation, but he does often like, reference me when he talks about it, and I think that's important. I think fellowship is the most important thing, period, and if we can't talk about faith, then it's like, 'Why are we talking?'" The Big Day spitter said in regards to West's Sunday Service.
In addition to constantly taking his Sunday Service on the road, it's rumored that the father-of-four is gearing up to release an album this month. While posting to social media, Kim Kardashian West posted what appears to be a tracklist from 'Ye. Atop the image reads, "Jesus Is King," which fans believe is the project's title.
Check out the clip of Kanye West getting emotional during Chance The Rapper's performance below.
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