Kanye West has announced a documentary about the generating of his new album Jesus Is King. Kanye previewed the movie at an function at Detroit’s Fox Theatre referred to as “Jesus Is King: A Kanye West Expertise,” and again at a equivalent celebration Saturday night time at Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre. The documentary, which is also titled Jesus Is King, premieres in IMAX theaters on Friday, October 25. Check out a poster for the film underneath.
The film follows West and a group of musicians at the Roden Crater, a new installation by the artist James Turrell in Arizona’s Painted Desert. There, the ensemble performs music from Jesus Is King in the Sunday Company structure he’s deployed in Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit, and at Coachella.
Jesus Is King was supposed to get there on Friday, September 27 and was pushed again to September 29, but as of 1: 26 a.m., it has nevertheless to look. The album was at first teased again in August, when Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian West hinted at its launch by tweeting a picture of a handwritten tracklist and the day September 27. On September 27, Kim tweeted a new handwritten tracklist, featuring a monitor referred to as “New Body,” which Kanye has reportedly been working for some time.
Revisit the feature “What We Noticed at Kanye’s ye Listening Bash in Wyoming.”