Sunday Service Coachella performance
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|Dates||April 21, 2019|
American rapper Kanye West led the choir group The Samples alongside Tony Williams and Ant Clemons on April 21 for the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
In September 2018, West announced that his ninth studio album Yandhi would be releasing later in the month. West later postponed the date to November 2018 in order to record in Uganda. The album was postponed a second time in November with no set release date.
On the first Sunday of 2019, West began the first "Sunday Service" rehearsal, where he performed gospel iterations of his discography and other songs with choir group The Samples and frequent collaborators such as Tony Williams, Francis and the Lights, and Ant Clemons. During Sunday Service, several songs from Yandhi have been performed.
On January 12, 2019, it was reported that West was replaced by Ariana Grande as a headliner for Coachella. West had to pull out since a giant dome could not be constructed for him.
On March 31, 2019, West announced a Sunday Service performance for Easter would take place at Coachella. The first public Sunday Service performance will occur at Coachella for Easter on April 21, 2019, with a connection to Yandhi expected. Kid Cudi brought out West to perform numerous tracks live at Coachella and West abstained from addressing the crowd at all, since this was likely being saved for his Sunday Service at the festival.
- "Ultralight Beam"
- "Oh Lord, How Excellent" (originally by Walt Whitman)
- "No Greater Love" (originally by Fred Hammond)
- "Father Stretch My Hands" (with Kid Cudi)
- "Lift Him Up" (originally by Hezekiah Walker)
- "Ha Ya" (originally by The Clark Sisters
- "Otis" (originally with Jay-Z)
- "I Want To Thank You" (originally by Alicia Myers)
- "As" (originally by Stevie Wonder)
- "Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)" (originally by Soul II Soul)
- "The Storm / Everything We Need"
- "Never Would Have Made It" (with Teyana Taylor)
- "Follow Me" (originally by Aly-Us)
- "Brighter Days" (originally by Cajmere featuring Dajae)
- "Brighter Day" (originally by Kirk Franklin)
- "This Is The Day" (originally by Fred Hammond)
- "Satan We're Gonna Tear Your Kingdom Down" (originally by Shirley Caesar)
- "All Falls Down"
- "Water" (with Ant Clemons and Ty Dolla Sign)
- "Ultralight Beam" (reprise; with Chance the Rapper and prayer by DMX)
- "Jesus Walks"
- You Brought The Sunshine
- "Fade" (reprise)
- "Nights Over Egypt" (instrumental; originally by The Jones Girls)
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- Sunday Service at Easter, official information page
- Coachella Livestream from YouTube, airing the performance live
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