He holds a private and uplifting Sunday Service every weekend in Southern California.
Now Kanye West is bringing the spirited session to Wyoming.
The rapper, 42, will be hosting a free Sunday Service at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West museum this weekend at his new home of Cody, Wyoming.
A warm welcome: Kanye West, 42, is advertising his plan to welcome himself to the neighborhood by holding Sunday Service at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West museum in Cody, Wyoming
TMZ reports that West, 42, and his chorus are being advertised on a 'massive digital billboard' in the area, as well as on Facebook.
According to a post by the venue, West is planning on bringing a modest '80-person choral group,' along with him.
The service will be free, open to the public, and start at 12 p.m. on Sunday, September 22.
TMZ has obtained photos of the event being set up in what looks like the venue's outside entertainment area, called the 'Robbie Powwow Garden.'
The photos show a number of large white tents erected in the grass as well as two huge catering trucks parked in the parking lot.
Local show: TMZ reports that West, 42, and his chorus are being advertised on a 'massive digital billboard' in the area, as well as on Facebook
According to the venue's website, the garden space includes a large outdoor amphitheater with a capacity of 200 seated or 700 people standing 'reception style.'
It's impossible to know how many people will show up for the service.
Cody is a relatively small town with a population of only about 10,000 people, but it's likely fans will travel across the state to see Ye.