Kanye West drops new album, Jesus Is Born, on Christmas Day

Kanye West drops new album, Jesus Is Born, on Christmas Day

- Kanye West did something that truly pleased his fans - he dropped a second gospel album

- Jesus Is Born was released on 25 December and fans are already loving it

- The album was dropped under the name of Sunday Sun rather than his own

Kanye West gave his fans a treat on 25 December to help them celebrate Christmas Day. He dropped a new album, Legit.ng learnt.

The second of Kanye's gospel albums, Jesus Is Born, has 19 tracks and was released under the name of Sunday Sun.

As reported on by Fox News, Kanye reunited with the Sunday Service Choir, which his fans are truly appreciative of.

This comes after Kanye released earlier the year. It didn't take long for the album to get a lot of attention.

It reached number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and is Kanye's 9th consecutive chart-topping debut.

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On Thanksgiving Day, 28 November, Kanye also released the music video for his track Closed on Sunday.

Whether people believe that he is truly a born-again Christian or just trying to make even more money, Kanye is sticking to his religious approach.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that West, who also recently turned a devout Christian has remixed Davido's popular song, If, in a choir rendition.

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In a video posted by Davido on his Instagram page on Monday, December 16, Kanye swapped the chorus of the If song with We Love You as the instrumentalist strummed the beats that remind of the over-96-million-viewed song.

The We Love You chorus could be seen as a rehash of If's "If I tell you say I love you o baby. My body, my money na your own o, baby."

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