Kanye West To Bless Coachella With His Sunday Service
Kanye's gospel-inspired performances will be heading to Coachella.
The last gathering being broken up by the LAPD after neighbours made noise complaints, but that hasn't stopped Kanye who'll be heading to perform at the second weekend of the massive festival later this month.
While video of Kanye telling the crowd it would be the "last time on the mountain" made some believe last week was the final Sunday Service, it's now been announced he'll be bringing the show/sermon to the Indio, California festival.
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The announcement is a surprise after reports circulated in January that Kanye had dropped out of Coachella altogether when his demands for a specific dome to be built in the middle of the festival grounds weren't going to be met.
According to Billboard, Kanye was told that the dome was going to be impossible to construct and require the entire festival grounds to be rearranged.
Despite the rumours of a falling out between the festival and Kanye -- over the placement of portaloos no less -- the festival announced via Twitter that he would be bringing his unique new performance to the second weekend.
In the video posted by Coachella Kanye can be heard telling the crowd of performers and audience, "We were out in Palm Springs and they took us to a little campground because we were thinking about a little performance in Palm Springs, just a little one. Then they had a mountain, he had a mountain waiting for us."
"He had a date waiting for us. Only one date that mountain would be available to us: Easter Sunday at Coachella. The confirmation was confirmed last night."
Little is known about Kanye's pivot to these invite-only Sunday Services, though Coachella will be the first time a massive public audience will be able to see the recording artist perform gospel versions of his hits.
Featured image: Twitter @Coachella / KimKardashian.