Kanye West Celebrates Easter With ‘Ultralight Prayer’: Listen
The two-minute track is an extended version of the closing sermon off West's track "Ultralight Beam."
Kanye West celebrated Easter on Sunday by dropping a new song called “Ultralight Prayer” for his fans on Soundcloud.
The two-minute track seems to be an extended version of gospel singer Kirk Franklin’s closing sermon off West’s The Life of Pablo opening track “Ultralight Beam.” In it, Franklin opens declaring, “Father, this prayer’s for everyone who feels they’re not good enough, this prayer’s for everyone who feels they’re too messed up, for everyone who feels they say ‘I’m sorry’ too many times, let them know that’s why you took the nail so we could have eternal life.”
West tweeted the track out to his followers on Twitter, wishing them a happy Easter.
Ultralight Prayer: https://t.co/CiopQ9BbGl
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) March 27, 2016