DMX joins Kanye's Sunday Service.
If you're familiar with the catalog of Dark Man X, then you're more than likely acquainted with the signature prayers that the rapper makes sure to incorporate in all of his full bodies of work.
On Sunday, he stopped by the latest iteration of Kanye West's Sunday Service to deliver one of his prayers live before the congregation gathered at Mr. West's weekly spiritual gathering in the Hills. This time around, a crowd, usually clad in all-white, came out in all-black-- it seemed that everyone did, indeed, get the memo.
Per usual, the seemingly sanctified meetup was broadcast for all to see with Kim Kardashian uploading the clip that features DMX delivering on a stirring prayer not foreign to traditional church settings. It's the latest public appearance to positively reflect on DMX since his January release from prison.
Recently, he kicked off the 20th anniversary tour for his It's Dark & Hell Is Hot album, starting things off with a performance at SXSW this past week. The rapper is set to make appearances on the stages of other festivals including Soundset and Rolling Loud later in the year.
As for Kanye West, the end game, if any, is not yet clear when it comes to Sunday Service. While many have speculated it to be a buildup to Ye's long-awaited Yandhi offering, it seems to be more of an enduring routine rooted in spiritual and musical liberation for Kanye and those in attendance than a marketing ploy.