Kanye West‘s Sunday Service has gone international.
West’s most recent service was held Friday (Oct. 18) at Kingston’s Emancipation Park. The 42-year-old artist didn’t bring his family along this time around, but he was supported by a choir with about 120 people, TMZ reports.
Ye reportedly opened the Sunday Service with the gospel song “Prince of Peace,” and later performed Damian Marley’s “Welcome to Jamrock” before closing with “Jesus Walks.”
The Jamaica visit marks the first time West has taken Sunday Service abroad. Previous services have been held in Los Angeles, Wyoming, Chicago, Detroit, New York City, Salt Lake City and Washington, D.C.
In addition to Jamaica, Yeezy reportedly plans to bring Sunday Services to other international like including Africa, Europe and Asia.
— Jamaica Star (@jamaicastar) October 19, 2019
So do we get paid royalties for all this Jamaica-themed merchandise bearing government logos and what not? Or don’t ask that either? https://t.co/MoDX7Njpf2
— Deika Morrison (@deikamorrison) October 19, 2019
— TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) October 19, 2019