A Kanye West fan has apparently ripped and uploaded the high-res audio of a Sunday Service set on YouTube. The account, which currently has numerous videos of the rapper’s live performances, alleges that the hour-and-a-half long audio visual is taken from his famed Coachella 2019 concert about a month ago.
The uploaded video convincingly follows much of the music arrangement from West’s Coachella Sunday Service, including the transition from “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” to “POWER” and the intro for “Otis.” There is also the noticeable and distinct choir vocalization from The Samples, which could be difficult to forge even with a high level of production skills. When compared to actual footage from the performance, however, the transitions are considerably shorter and lack a number of backing instruments.
As there is no official confirmation from West’s camp regarding this so-called album, it’s possible to deduce that this fan simply cleaned up the audio from other live clips and stitched them together with the LPs as backing tracks.
Take a listen to the audio before it gets taken down.
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