Watch NIRVANA Songs Performed By Choir At KANYE WEST's Wyoming 'Sunday Service'

Watch NIRVANA Songs Performed  By Choir At KANYE WEST's Wyoming 'Sunday Service'

Kanye West took his Sunday Service series to Wyoming where he hosted a free and public edition earlier today.

The worship gathering took place at the Powwow Garden outside the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody — the town where Kanye recently purchased the $14 million Monster Lake Ranch.

According to TMZ, the choir sang its own renditions of NIRVANA classics "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and "Come As You Are", mixed in with some traditional prayers.

The Buffalo Bill Center of the West previously created an event page on Facebook, which indicated that the Service would feature an 80-person choral group.

The event — which has made stops in various cities like Atlanta, Chicago, and Dayton, Ohio — is usually an exclusive affair; however, the Cody service was advertised as both free and open to the public.











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