While Yeezy fans have been anticipating the arrival of his newest album, West has announced that not only are we getting a new album, we're also getting an entire film to accompany it.
The slightly more than one minute long trailer doesn't give much away.
As per an official synopsis, the film was created last summer and set to bring the rapper's famed Sunday Service to life in the Roden Crater, James Turrell's never-before-seen installation in Arizona's Painted Desert.
Despite the buzz surrounding his new album, West is yet to confirm a release date after it was initially set to drop on September 27. The trailer ends with the Bible verse Heed 1: 15, which reads, "Within the phrases of Jesus Christ, "The time is fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is at hand, repent and imagine in the gospel". It was originally scheduled to come out on September 27.
Recently taking his Sunday Service to Salt Lake City, Yeezy confirmed that a full Jesus Is King film was incoming.
As fans eagerly await the release of "Jesus Is King", an album chockfull of faith-based songs and references to Christianity, West has declared he plans to only record Gospel music in the future.
"I wasn't fully saved during Coachella", West reportedly said. "This album is an expression of the gospel".
Photos and videos of the services posted on social media and published in People show A-list celebrities such as Sia, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, and actor Brad Pitt attending.
This is the first time Chicago-born West has taken his spiritual experience outside of the country.
Even before its release, the star has faced backlash from members of the Christian community, who have questioned his new-found religion.