Kanye West brought his Sunday Service Choir to Miami for the latest installment of his Sunday Service this past weekend, adding even more hype to Super Bowl Sunday for a handful of fans. Amidst the performances of many of his hits, including “Black Skinhead” and “Can’t Tell Me Nothing,” West took time to dedicate one song — the non-album Paul McCartney collab “All Day” — to the late Kobe Bryant, who was killed in a helicopter accident last week along with his daughter Gianna and a handful of others. “I asked [Kobe] what he thought about this song, and his only response was ‘theme music’,” West told the crowd. Last week, West and Chance The Rapper paid tribute to Bryant with a performance of "Ultralight Beam." Watch the performance, and West’s speech, below, via Complex.
Kanye West talking about Kobe and Vanessa Bryant and their reaction when Kanye played this song for them. Kobe Bryant said “Theme muuussiccc” pic.twitter.com/XHrH2V0Jqp— Jamie (@JaamieeexD) February 2, 2020