Kanye West decided to grace his hometown of Chicago with Sunday Service this weekend.

The rapper held his signature hip-hop and gospel pop-up event on Chicago’s Northerly Island for a crowd of eager fans. Tickets for the free event were released on Saturday and were snatched up within minutes, according to .

The service, under damp skies, lasted over an hour and featured exuberant versions of West’s “Jesus Walks,” Snoop Dogg’s “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and a handful of gospel songs.

Fellow Chicago native Chance the Rapper also made an appearance, singing his iconic verse on “Ultralight Beam.” For those who missed it, you can watch a replay of the Chicago event on the .

For the unacquainted, West

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