Last Christmas, Kanye West gave it to fans inspired by the gospel Jesus was born, His ninth album, and the first album of “Sunday Service Choir”. On Friday night, the rapper and producer turned the holiday into a new tradition and released five song EPs Emmanuel “Inspired by ancient and Latin music.”
The 12-minute EP produced and executed by West (accompanied by a surprise release as a “celebration of the miracle of the birth of Jesus Christ”) was stated in a statement and included the Christian prayer “Requiem” (” “Eternal Rest”) and the chorus “O Magnum Mysterium”
West returned to Christianity in 2019, talked publicly about his faith, and performed a series of long-term performances with the choir “Shower Service”. “I think it will be a week or two. Now I have been in Kanye West for 10 months,” Sunday Service choir director Jason White said before West released the 2019 album. Jesus is the king. “I ride with him every Sunday.” While studying the same spiritual theme, Emmanuel In sharp contrast with 19 songs (84 minutes) Jesus was born.
Surprise release Emmanuel Translated as “God is with us”, but no accompanying drama appears Jesus is the king. West has been working on his first gospel journey until the last minute, when he tweeted that he was still “fixing the mix” of the three songs on the scheduled release night. That album features Clipse, Ty Dolla $ign, Fred Hammond and Ant Clemons vocal works, Kenny G’s saxophone and Timbaland and Mike Dean’s works.
In November 2019, West staged a religious opera Nebuchadnezzar At the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, while the Sunday Service Choir sang silently, the Western Bible reading verses were found in the audience. Last month, it was reported that West was the subject of two class action lawsuits filed by selected performers and staff of the choir over West’s insufficient production costs. West has not filed a lawsuit publicly.