Kanye West Officially Confirms New “Jesus Is King” Release Date
As we look forward to October 25th as the unofficial release date for Kanye West’s Jesus Is King album, he recently took to Twitter to confirm the conjecture, twitting that the album will indeed arrive this Friday in tandem with the arrival of the official Jesus is King film in IMAX theaters.
“‘JESUS IS KING OCT. 25th, ” he penned while uploading the album artwork at once.
“JESUS IS KING”
OCT 25th pic.twitter.com/Ug4ghlQYk7
— ye (@kanyewest) October 21, 2019
This effort was initially expected that it will be out on September 27th, per Kim Kardashian. That date was later pushed to September 29th, but the album is yet to be seen. Since then, Kanye has continued to make the rounds with his Sunday Service and a few Jesus Is King Experience listening parties in select cities. It was on one of these events that he initially told the crowd that October 25th was the tentative new date.
Most recently, Kanye West’s pastor, Adam Tyson, revealed that the rapper almost gives up on hip-hop when he referred to rap as “the devil’s music. ” According to Tyson, he allegedly convinced ‘Ye to consider his newfound faith and outlook on life and the industry and channel a different type of message within the genre.