Kanye West's Sunday Service In Chicago: Stream Here

Getty Images  Rich Fury

Getty Images Rich Fury

Kanye West came home to Chicago Sunday, bringing his popular Sunday Service with him.

West's latest Sunday Service - which again streamed live - took place at the city's open-air Huntington Bank Pavilion; a steady rain doused both the choir and the audience who snatched up free tickets when they were made available with little notice Saturday.

The service, under damp skies, lasted over an hour and featured exuberant versions of West's "Jesus Walks", Snoop Dogg's "Drop It Like It's Hot" and a handful of gospel songs.

If you're unable to attend the Sunday Service, it will also be broadcasted on 107.5 WGCI Chicago, courtesy of iHeartRadio and Def Jam.

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For the unacquainted, West has been taking Sunday Service on the road in performances across the country.

Ye's Sunday Service shows typically consist of Kanye, his choir, which nearly always includes his six-year-old daughter North, performing a blend of hip-hop, gospel, and uplifting tracks to a usually A-list crowd.

The day before, the internet was on fire with the news that Kanye was coming to Chicago. West took the gospel series to Dayton, Ohio, after Dave Chappelle asked the artist to give those grieving from the recent mass shooting there a free concert.

Kim recently teased that the rapper's new album would be called Jesus Is King and is to be released on September 27.

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