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MUSYCA Sings at Kanye West's Sunday Service

Updated: May 18, 2022

MUSYCA Children's Choir gospel singers performed in Kanye West's Sunday Service on November 7, 2021. We joined Kanye and the Sunday Service Choir in a special memorial service, dedicated to the victims of Travis Scott's Astroworld festival. It was an honor to take part in this beautiful event.

MUSYCA previously worked with Kanye on his chart-topping, Grammy-nominated album, DONDA. Our gospel children's choir is featured on the title track, "DONDA," as well as in the video track of "Come to Life".

Named "An Angelic Gospel Choir" by USA Today, MUSYCA is a Los Angeles based Choir for Children and Youth. MUSYCA has become California's leading performing arts organization for youth, which appeared at the world's top venues, performed in Film and on TV and collaborated with America's preeminent artists and composers. MUSYCA (pronounced MUSIC-ah) is an acronym for Musical Youth of California.

Our magical singers collaborated with composers Michael Giacchino, Jeff Kryka, Alan Silvestri, Glen Ballard, Danny Bensi, Jamie Christopherson, Nuno Malo, Thomas Parisch, Arthur B. Rubinstein and Dan Romer; recording artists Kanye West, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Brooke Josephson, Portugal The Man, Slick Naim, Rihanna, Danny Brown, Camila Cabello, Jennifer Hudson, Ella Mai, Zedd, Good Charlotte, Beto Hale, Newsboys, Nikita Presnyakov, Princess Superstar, Stephen, Scooter, Timeflies, Raury, Danny Swain (Danny!), Scooter, Alpine Universe, Yung Bae, Ayokay, Mikel Jollett and Airborne Toxic Event, Hollywood Undead, Christopher Cross, Luke Christopher; producers DJ Mustard, Mark Needham, Malay, Nathan Lim, Paul White, and Sean Gould. MUSYCA is featured in Buid-A-Bear Kids Volume I album Workshop Jams.

The mission of MUSYCA Children's Choir is to provide the highest quality of music education to Children and Youth of all religious, ethnic, cultural, and economic backgrounds through study and performance of outstanding choral repertoire. MUSYCA is dedicated to diversity, access, and service to the community.

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