Kanye West's Sunday Service sessions have been an absolute marvel to watch, seeing the controversial rapper/producer return to his musical roots has given fans a further glimpse into the creative mind of West. Performed in different places and focusing on different aspects of music, the Sunday Service series is yet another reminder of what Yeezy is capable of creatively.
West began his Sunday Service sessions back in January. In February, he even held a special edition to celebrate the 15th anniversary of his debut album College Dropout. More recently, the performance went viral when "Happy Kanye" was seen smiling from ear-to-ear smashing a drum pad while a sample of Fred Hammond's "This Is the Day" is blasting through the speakers.
In a new video posted by Pigeons and Planes, you can see West and his fellow musicians band together and perform a medley of songs while all on board an airplane. The most notable song they perform is Soul II Soul's "Back to Life," with the full Sunday Service treatment applied to it.
Catch the full video up top:
West recently took his Sunday Service to the Adidas North American headquarters in Portland for a special edition of it, re-creating some of his greatest hits with the help of Charlie Wilson.
Take a look at some of the best bits down below: