Kanye West's Sunday Service Choir Performed Drake's "God's Plan"

After the two artist’s squashed their beef.

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Shortly after Kanye West and Drake officially squashed their beef, Ye’s Sunday Service Choir offered their rendition of “God’s Plan.”

During the most recent installment of Sunday Service, the choir delivered a series of gospel takes on DONDA tracks, dressed in evocative hooded black outfits. The Sunday Service Choir then performed Drake’s 2018 hit “God’s Plan” as part of their encore. Reworking the lyrics, the group focused on devotion to the Lord and his place in one’s life.

The performance comes after Kanye officially announced the Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert at the Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. Taking place on December 9, the special event will feature an appearance by Drake as a “Special Guest.”

Watch Kanye West’s Sunday Service Choir perform Drake’s “God’s Plan” above.

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