Kanye West was supposed to be dropping his latest album Jesus Is King yesterday, as teased by the Kardashian-Wests in recent weeks. While the album itself didn't drop as promised, a small audience got their first listen to West's hugely anticipated ninth studio album at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, as part of the Jesus is King: A Kanye West Experience.  The event took place just hours after a special Friday edition of Sunday Service.

According to Billboard, West was on hand to address the audience of around 1ooo fans from the mezzanine before descending to main floor mixing board to play the 10-track, 35-minute album.

The announcement was made

Kanye began on the mezzanine

Then he told them they were going to hear the album

Here's how it looked from inside

It wouldn't be a Kanye album without some last-minute changes

And here's the new tracklist

The "Experience" also featured snippets of two IMAX documentaries

During the event, Kim Kardashian confirmed an amended September 29 release date, click here to find out everything we know so far about Jesus Is King so far.

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