Clip “Closed On Sunday” : Kanye West reunited with his wife Kim Kardashian and their four children
The October 25, 2019, Kanye West has released his new album event, “Jesus is King” in which he speaks of his devotion to God. Today, the rapper unveils the clip Closed On Sunday where he invites them to his wife Kim Kardashian, their four children, North, Saint, Psalm and Chicago, his sister-in-law Kourtney Kardashian, her mother Kris Jenner and her father. Small family reunion.
Kanye West has it finished with the rap ? Nothing is sure, but he has already planned to stop the musical style for which he is famous. “Once, he told me that he was no longer going to rap. I said : ‘Why ?’. He replied : ‘It is the music of the devil’. I replied : ‘rap is a genre, you can rap for God’. I think he was already starting to think about it, but I told him : ‘I think you need to use the talent that God has given you and use this platform for God’, “said Adam Tyson, the pastor of the husband of Kim Kardashian.
Kanye West unveils the clip family Closed On Sunday
Well, Kanye West has listened to this advice since he has released his new album, “Jesus is King” in which he discusses his love for God and his devotion to christianity. The artist has invited on his opus Ty Dolla $ign, Ant Clemons, Fred Hammond (gospel singer), Clips, Kenny G and the Sunday Service Choir. If this project is quite different from the previous ones, it has clearly caused a sensation and to surf on this success, Kanye West unveils the clip Closed On Sunday, a track where he speaks of the importance of the family : “Get your family, y’all hold hands and pray / When you got daughters, always keep ’em safe / Watch out for vipers, don’t let them indoctrinate / Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A.“
To paste the words Closed On Sunday, the rapper, who is preparing, “Jesus is King 2”, a prompt in the video his wife Kim Kardashian, their four children, Psalm, Chicago, St., and North, his sister-in-law Kourtney Kardashian, her mother Kris Jenner as well as her father. All the small tribe gathered in a landscape vast and quiet place located in Wyoming.
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