Kanye West's Sunday Service will soon be available to a streaming platform near you.

On Aug. 30, Kim Kardashian West posted an Instagram photo of a track list titled Jesus is King. Considering husband Kanye West holds his infamous Sunday Service every week, there is no doubt the photo teased 'Ye's upcoming project.

With scribbled notes and an open bible next to the notepad, Kanye West's Jesus is King will consist of 12 tracks and a release date set for next month on September 27. All inspired by the gospel, the track list makes Christian references to notable Bible passages, God and Jesus with tracks like "Garden", "Selah", "Baptized", "Hands On", "Through the Valley" and "Water."

Until the release of the new album, expect to get a grasp of how the new material will potentially sound like at Kanye's weekly Sunday Service. Clips of the invite-only event went viral on social media and continues to make rounds. In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel earlier this year, Kim Kardashian described her husband's event as a "spiritual Christian experience" as "there’s actually no praying, there’s no sermon, there’s no word; it’s just music."