Sunday Service underwent a location change, and the show goes on for Kanye West. Yeezy moved week 14's installment (April 7) somewhere in the Hills for yet another powerful episode. The 41-year-old also took some time to add onto the outpouring of support for Nipsey Hussle, making sure to pay homage to the late Los Angeles rapper during the sermon.
With Kanye behind the controls, he played a previous interview from Neighborhood Nip sharing some words of encouragement with the youth. "Just wanted to send some words of encouragement. Y’all stay focused, y’all keep working hard. Believe in y’all self. Prove everybody that doubts y’all wrong. Show up every day. Stay pure. Stay motivated. Stay smart. Show love to your people," Nip could be heard saying over the booming speakers.
The humming gospel choir then joined in for a glorious performance of 2 Chainz and Marsha Ambrosius' collaboration titled "Forgiven" off his Rap or Go to the League 2019 album. North West even stepped up her role on Sunday. In addition to her usual dancing, Yeezy let his 5-year-old daughter confidently grace the mic to help out during week 14. She even traded ad-libs with her father on "Lift Yourself," which made for a cute family moment.
Watch some of the clips from the latest Sunday Service below.
Paying tribute to Nipsey Hussle today during Sunday Service. -- @tracyromulus