Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West has stayed true to his “Closed On Sunday” music video premiere. The hip-hop veteran has come through on delivering the newest Jesus Is King visual on Thanksgiving.

Less than 24 hours after promising to drop the clip, Ye kept his promise Thursday afternoon.

According to hitmaker OMG Ronny, fans should expect Ye to come through with a gospel feel on his upcoming Jesus Is King 2 album.

OMG Ronny is hard at work producing Kanye West‘s collab with Dr. Dre … and he’s dropping tons of hints about the highly-anticipated sequel to “Jesus is King.” OR, who produced “Everything We Need” on Kanye’s most recent album, says Yeezy and Dre’s newest venture is going to have a similar gospel feel, and Dre’s working on some additional parts of “Jesus is King.” (TMZ)

Last week, Kanye and rap heavyweight Dr. Dre announced a Jesus Is King follow-up.

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Afters its first 7 days, Ye’s gospel-driven Jesus Is King project snagged over 250,000 units.

Kanye West returns to a familiar spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart, as his latest release, Jesus Is King, debuts at No. 1. It’s his record-tying ninth consecutive debut at No. 1, matching Eminem’s still-active streak for the longest in the chart’s history. Jesus Is King was released on Oct. 25 via G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings and earned 264,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 31, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 109,000 were in album sales, while the rest was powered largely by streaming activity. (Billboard)