- Fans lucky enough to be in Detroit were treated to a sneak peek at Kanye West's new album
- The 'Jesus is King' event saw the US rapper's followers green with envy over missing out on the chance to sample the new tracks
- With the album expected to drop soon, attendants were also treated to an accompanying film during the show
Kanye West treated fans in the US city Detroit to a free taste of his highly-anticipated 'Jesus is King' album.
Briefly.co.za reported that West had recently topped the charts as the world's richest rapper, so it comes as no surprise that the event was packed full of adoring followers.
With the album expected to be released on Sunday, people are dying to know more about what is already set to be a bestselling album.
Details thus far have been scarce, with many commenting on the religious twist that West has put on what has been up until this point.
In a short clip shared on social media the mystery deepens, with only a choir singing “Hallelujah" to be heard.
Fans seem more eager than ever to get their hands on what promises to be an unusual addition to West's legacy:
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