When Kanye West hosts an event, the pure unpredictability and uniqueness of it will bring out the masses for a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Following Sunday Service at The Greater Allen Cathedral in Queens, West and company headed to Washington Heights on Sunday night (Sept. 29) to host the final listening of his Jesus Is King: A Kanye West Experience mini-tour at the United Palace Theatre.
Unfortunately, as Kim Kardashian promised, Sunday came and went without the release of Jesus Is King, which has West's fans in a state of panic. Kanye also didn't provide any insight to a possible release date during the Experience, but did run through the brisk 10-track less than half-hour project for the 1,000 some odd fans packed under the Palace's golden ceilings and sacred watchful eye. 
"New York City is definitely one of my hometowns," he told the crowd. "I wasn't fully saved during Coachella. I came to know the truth and joy of Jesus. This album is an expression of the gospel." West moved right into fulfilling album opener "Beauty From Ashes," where he seems to shed his ego. "I come to you empty, free of my pride," he pleads. 
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Posted by Azania Phillips Monday, September 30, 2019 11:37:00 AM


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