Kanye West to release 'Jesus Is King' album after he found salvation

Kanye West to release 'Jesus Is King' album after he found salvation

Barely a day after US socialite, Kim Kardashian, said her husband Kanye West is now saved, the musician has confirmed the release date of his gospel album.

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Titled Jesus Is King, Kanye’s album, which contains 12 songs, is scheduled to drop on 27 September.

Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that reality TV star, Kim Kardashian, came out to reveal her hubby Kanye West had decided to “dedicate his life to Christ”.

Kim K was a guest on The View – an American talk show - where she spoke on a number of aspects of her life, including her hubby Kanye West’s recent transitions.

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Kanye, also known as Yeezus apparently, announced the news on his website, saying the album was initially supposed to be released under the name Yandhi.

Kanye runs a Sunday Service mostly at his home over the weekend and ever since the inception of the idea, his fans have been wondering whether he got close to Christ.

Often, the rapper and father of four leads in praise and worship during the services and welcomes fellow musicians to bless their guests with gospel hymns.

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As earlier reported by Briefly.co.za, reality star Kim Kardashian told The View – an American talk show - that her husband started his journey of salvation to heal himself.

Apparently, he has evolved into an amazing individual thanks to Jesus Christ.

Kanye started this to really heal himself and it was a really personal thing, and it was just friends and family,” Kardashian West told host Sunny Hostin who asked about the Sunday Service events. “He has had an amazing evolution of being born again and being saved by Christ.” She explained.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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