Kanye West sells 'church clothes' at Coachella Sunday Service

Brenda Watkins
April 22, 2019

According to our eyes on the ground at Coachella, Courtney Fry, the Sunday Service this morning was jam-packed with celebrity spectators, including Sky Ferreira, Mark Ronson, Donald Glover and Kendall Jenner, as well as (presumably) Kim K.

Kanye West is teaching us how to make Sunday service lit with the Coachella Sunday Service and there is no better place to do this other than the hills. On Sunday night, he appeared on stage during rapper Kid Cudi's set.

Here's how people reacted to watching Kanye's Sunday Service live stream.

'Ye was supposed to have a headlining set at this year's Coachella, but he allegedly dropped out after the festival refused to build him a giant dome to perform.

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Today's service begins at noon ET, and you can watch the livestream at YouTube. Prices for sweatshirts range from $165 to $225, and the socks are $50. The collection was made up of neutral-hued items each bearing various god-fearing slogans, including "holy spirit", "trust god" and "Jesus walks" on a pair of socks.

The appearance, though unannounced, wasn't exactly surprising considering he and Cudi's long collaboration history and the fact the rapper was going to be in the neighborhood for the service, which was announced a few weeks previous.

The uplifting service featured clever snippets and mash-ups of gospel and pop classics with West's own songs like "Lift Yourself", "All Falls Down", "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1", "Otis", "Power", "Ultralight Beam" and, of course, "Jesus Walks".

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