How's this for a stocking stuffer?
West reunited with the Sunday Service Choir for the 19-track gospel album, which the 21-time Grammy-winner released under the name Sunday Service instead of his own.
The album marked West’s second foray into gospel music with the Sunday Service Choir.
He released his first effort, "Jesus Is King," under his own name this past October. It reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and became West’s ninth consecutive chart-topping debut, tying the record held by rapper Eminem.
The newly-born again believer has made waves through his Sunday Service events, most recently held at Joel Osteen's megachurch, Lakewood Church, in Houston, before releasing his opera titled "Nebuchadnezzar." A second opera, titled "Mary," debuted earlier this month.
It's not the first time the rapper used a major holiday to unveil a new musical work.
Fox News’ Caleb Parke contributed to this report.