Kanye West Revives Sunday Service With Performances From Justin Bieber and Roddy Ricch

Kanye West has returned with a new edition of Sunday Service, which took place on October 31.

The event was livestreamed on Triller and Fite TV and featured Ye, a children’s choir named the Donda Kids, the Sunday Service choir, Justin Bieber and Roddy Ricch — dressed in all white — performing  cuts from the newly-released DONDA. Ricch and West performed their collab “Pure Souls” live for the first time since the album’s release, while Bieber hopped on “Come to Life,” “No Child Left Behind” and “Hurricane.”

The Halloween event was Ye’s first Sunday Service in a while, and took place shortly after the DONDA stem player was released. It featured three tracks including  “Up From the Ashes,” a song that West originally recorded for 2019’s Jesus Is King, “Never Abandon Your Family,” which was scrapped from the final tracklist and “Life of the Party” featuring André 3000, which was famously leaked by Drake on SiriusXM’s Sound 42 show in September.

In related news, Big Sean has officially left West’s G.O.O.D. Music after 14 years.
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