Kanye West brought his Sunday Service tour to Cody, Wyoming over the weekend (Sept. 22), where he also reportedly bought a huge estate on Monster Lake Ranch. The event was open to the public, as fans flooded the Buffalo Bill Center of the West to get an up-close view of Yeezy and his talented choir.
West did not perform for the jampacked crowd of over 700, but the setlist included fresh gospel covers of Nirvana classics like "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and "Come As You Are." The Life of Pablo's "Ultralight Beam" also kicked off West's latest sermon. There was even new apparel catered to the special Wyoming Sunday Service worn by West's crew.
With Jesus Is King slated to drop on Friday (Sept. 27), the Chicago native was spotted hunkered down talking business with Rick Rubin out in Wyoming following Sunday Service. West has mentioned his forthcoming album and the release date before, but it remains to be seen if he will actually pull through later this week.