Here’s What Rappers Are Saying About Kanye West’s Jesus Is King Album
Hours after the project dropped, several rappers have jumped onto social media to salute ‘Ye on his new, faith-based project.
G.O.O.D. Music President Pusha-T wrote, "#JesusIsKing out now on all platforms. #UseThisGospel feat. Clipse and Kenny G...God is Great...congratulations Ye...always love."
For his part, Vince Staples hopped on his Twitter account to give 'Ye his props—even if it is quite possibly a little tongue-in-cheek. "I appreciate Kanye's love for Christ cause thats how I feel about Crippin," with ScHoolboy Q replying, "On God!"
Using an Instagram story posted last night, Trippie Redd congratulated Kanye on his new album. "Kanye, I'm proud of you. You went from calling yourself a god to dropping Jesus Is King. Amen," he said. "I'm proud of you."
Meanwhile, Quavo tweeted, "Jesus is King!!!! Fire." Quavo included fire and a blue waves emoji to express his approval.
Even spiritual rapper Lecrae co-signed Kanye's ostensive spiritual awakening on the album. With a tweet, he commented, "Regardless of how you feel about #KanyeWest the content is refreshing to hear. God will get His glory. And #JesusIsKing."
You can read the rest of the rappers' comments about Kanye West's Jesus Is King album below.