Kanye West Quits Secular Music, Wants To Be “Radically In Service To Christ”


Kanye West, the superstar rapper once known for the songs that glorified immorality and blasphemed the name of Jesus, has made a stunning revelation: he is retiring from secular music and, from here on out, will only produce gospel-focused Christian music.

According to FOX Business, the rapper reportedly made the comment Saturday at a listening party in Chicago for his new album “Jesus is King: A Kanye West Experience.”

“Kanye also announced that he is no longer making secular music,” said Andrew Barber, owner of music media company Fake Shore Drive. “Only Gospel from here on out.”

West said he is “done being an entertainer,” Barber told FOX Business.


Although West first professed faith in Christ earlier this year, many Christians continued in suspicion of the artist.

While we must rejoice and accept as a brother or sister anyone who demonstrates repentance and faith in Christ, Scripture still calls us to judge a professing believer by their fruits. 

Thankfully, West has not been the least bit silent about his newfound faith as he tours the country with invite-only “Sunday Service” concerts featuring gospel-saturated sermons from his pastor, Adam Tyson, also a professor at the conservative Master’s Seminary in California.

Naturally, many of West’s old fans aren’t thrilled with the fact that not only has he become a Christian, but he’s also apparently become one of those insufferable, orthodox, conservative Christians who actually believes what the Bible says!

In an article critiquing a song about Christian-owned   company Chick-fil-A from West’s upcoming album, Jesus Is King, LGBTQ Nation reports:

The lyrics to the song include a repetitive reference to the notoriously anti-gay company, using the chain as a positive role model for Christians. While queer people and allies have been boycotting the restaurants, conservatives and evangelical Christians have rallied around it, igniting a feud around LGBT civil rights and marriage equality.

The chorus for the song is:

Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A

Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A

Hold the selfies, put the ’Gram away

Get your family, y’all hold hands and pray

When you got daughters, always keep ’em safe

Watch out for vipers, don’t let them indoctrinate

Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A

This ain’t game day, get your house in shape

Train your sons, raise them in the faith

To temptations, make sure they’re wide awake

Follow Jesus, listen and obey

No more livin’ for the culture, we nobody’s slave

Love these lyrics! 

Western Christianity has no shortage of lukewarm, spineless, voiceless, spiritless “Christian” musicians who would rather please people (and customers) than God. Let the LGBT movement have them! 

West, on the other hand, had this to say at his Atlanta Sunday Service concert:

Let’s not be concerned with the opinions of men at all! Only the opinion of God! Let’s not be concerned with the validation of me at all, only of God!

I know we say, ‘oh, this is the culture, that’s the culture.’ To be radically in service to Christ is the only culture I want to know about.

Let’s praise God for the work He is doing in Kanye West’s life and, through him, the lives of countless others!

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