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For Those Who Are Still Kanye West Fans, He Unveiled New 'Water' Track At Coachella, Sold $50 Socks & $225 'Holy Spirit' Sweatshirts

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Kanye West brought his Sunday Service to Coachella for Easter Sunday. He debuted a new track titled "Water" and he was also selling "church clothes" with an unholy price tag. Get it all inside...



Kanye West brought his Sunday Service to Coachella '19 to celebrate Easter Sunday. And it was ...interesting to say the least.

For fans who were not attendance, the Sunday Service streamed online and in true Yeezy fashion, he attempted to make it as artistic as possible. Viewers literally watched the performance through a peephole. It's the first time the event has been held publicly. We wonder if he's going to pull a Beyonce and release some sort of project that will reveal the entire performance - minus the peephole situation.

On top of a hill, the PABLO rapper, his choir and live band (all dressed in Yeezy-inspired "church clothes") ran through gospel versions of cover songs and also remixes to his own original tracks. He also previewed one of his newest songs titled, "Water."

Below are the "spiritual" lyrics to the song:

"We are water/water/water/water/Let your light reflect on me/Take the chlorine out of conversation/I don’t like these perfect discussions/But, we’re made up of 90 percent water/We are water"

Check it:



Ye invited fellow Chi-town native Chance The Rapper and singer Teyana Taylor to perform and rapper DMX to offer up a prayer/sermon. Check it:



Mr. West even caught the spirit:


Not only did Kanye West have tons of folks gathered around to see his Sunday Service performance, he also had lines wrapped around his merchandise booth.

The self-proclaimed creative genius decided to sell "church clothes" at unholy prices during the festival. He had socks for sale that had slogans like "Church Socks" and "Jesus Walks" (a reference to his 2004 hit track from his College Dropout album) for $50 a pair. Hoodies and t-shirts were up for sell with religious phrases like "Holy Spirit," Trust God" and "At The Mountain" printed across them. Prices for sweatshirts range from $165 to $225. A plain poncho with no text at all was on sale for $75, t-shirts were $70, and he sold white sweatpants for $135 with the word "Sunday" on one leg and "Service" on the other. The merch is also being sold online via his website.







While folks at Coachella were digging deep in their pockets to cop some new YEEZY merch, everyone isn't impressed:










Will you be copping Kanye's "church clothes"?


Photo: Splash/Yeezy Email

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