Accompanied by a nine-person gospel choir, they also perform “Viva La Vida” and three songs from Everyday Life.
“Kobe, it’s too far/ Shooting from where you are/ Remember that you a star,” Ye said during a freestyle.
Ye’s first performance since the release of new album Jesus is King.
The born-again Christian will only release gospel music in the future.
The 5-year-old joined the choir to sing Stevie Wonder’s “As”.
The performance will take on Easter Sunday during weekend two of Coachella.
Taken from the soundtrack to the new documentary The Gospel of Eureka.
Kid Cudi, 070 Shake, and Tony Williams also helped to rework a number of Ye’s songs.
“We will have never known a Queen like this, we will have never known the joy she gave to us.”
“I think it’s a positive, beautiful spin on this thing called life,” Khan said of the song. “Death is a part of life.”
Another show-stopping tribute from the young pop star.
Christina Aguilera, Lin-Manuel Miranda, John Legend, Chance the Rapper, Missy Elliott, and Ariana Grande are among the many other musicians also paying tribute.