Kanye West Says 'Jesus Is King' Tour Will Start 'Right Away'
Kanye West is taking Jesus on the road.
Just hours after the release of his gospel-rap album Jesus Is King, Ye has announced plans for a tour. While walking the streets of NYC with Kim Kardashian on Friday, Kanye revealed that it will start “right away.”
“It’s coming,” he told the TMZ cameraman.
When asked if there will be a floating stage like his “Saint Pablo Tour,” Ye responded, “It will be something different.”
The “Saint Pablo Tour” ran for three months before it was cut short in Nov. 2016 when Kanye was hospitalized for mental health issues. Over the past year, he has been hosting his popular Sunday Service performances weekly in markets including Chicago, Wyoming, Atlanta, Detroit, New York, and Jamaica.
On Sunday, he will bring his Jesus Is King Sunday Service Experience to The Forum in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Saturday at 10 a.m. PT. All proceeds will be donated to charity.
Jesus Is King is currently No. 1 on Apple Music, while eight out of 11 tracks are in the top 10 on the streaming platform. The album arrives alongside his IMAX film of the same name.