Kanye West will reportedly bring his Sunday Service to Joel Osteen's Houston megachurch.

According to a report TMZ published on Tuesday morning (Nov. 12), 'Ye is preparing to travel the famed pastor's megachurch in Houston this Sunday. According to the outlet, the Chicago rapper, who dropped his top-charting album Jesus Is King last month, plans to meet with Osteen on Sunday morning and hit the stage later on for the nighttime service.

Back in October, the site reported that the famed televangelist invited Kanye to his megachurch simply just to experience his own Sunday Service. At the time, Osteen didn't require him to perform in exchange for the invitation. Now, it looks like Kanye will bring his choir to Houston for a rare edition of his faith-based concert series.

The news about 'Ye's upcoming Sunday Service comes just days after he dropped off his "Follow God" music video.

In the visual, which was directed by Jake Schreier, we see Kanye showing his dad, Ray West, the donkeys and alpacas he's got on his snow-covered property in Wyoming. The rapper-producer praises the Almighty in an orange hoodie, insulated overalls, brown gloves and a white vest.

"I was looking at the 'Gram and I don't even like likes/I was screamin' at my dad, he told me, 'It ain't Christ-like,'" Kanye raps in the video. "I was screamin' at the referee just like Mike/Lookin' for a bright light, Sigel, what your life like/Riding on a white bike, feeling like excitement (stretch my hands to you)."

Look out for the official stream of the service on Sunday night.

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