A couple of Nirvana songs became church music over the weekend thanks to Kanye West.
This past Sunday's edition of the rapper's weekly Sunday Service events -- which usually feature West, a gospel choir and/or various guests singing spiritual versions of his songs, as well as songs by other artists -- included performances of the Nevermind classics "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and "Come As You Are."
For both songs, the choir replaced some of the original lyrics with more church-centric language. For example, the Sunday Service version of the "Teen Spirit" chorus goes, "Let your light shine/It's contagious/Here we are now/Inspiration!" instead of "With the lights out/It's less dangerous/Here we are now/Entertain us."
West previously used a sample of Kurt Cobain's rare home recording "Burn the Rain" -- included on the 2015 Montage of Heck album -- on a collaborative song with Kid Cudi titled "Cudi Montage."
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