Kanye West helped reunite a duo that we thought we'd never see on stage together again.

On Sunday (Oct. 27), West held his Sunday Service concert at The Forum in Los Angeles two days after he dropped his new album Jesus Is King. During the performance, 'Ye brought out Pusha-T and No Malice to reunite as Clipse on stage for the first time in years. The G.O.O.D Music President and No Malice spit their verses from "Use This Gospel" alongside Kenny G, who also served up his powerful solo on a soprano saxophone.

The Virginia brothers stood out amongst 'Ye's choir by rocking dark outfits as they dropped their religious bars. "Use This Gospel" is the first song Pusha and No Malice have shared together in the six years since No Malice’s track “Shame the Devil." The song appears on No Malice's 2013 album Hear Ye Him. Once 'Ye's album finally dropped after numerous delays, Pusha boasted the new song with his blood brother on Twitter.

"#JesusIsKing out now on all platforms. #UseThisGospel feat. Clipse and Kenny G...God is Great...congratulations Ye...always love," Pusha tweeted.

So far, Ye's latest Sunday Service has been the only place we've seen Pusha-T and No Malice share the stage like it was the early 2000s. As of this report, there's no confirmation whether the Clipse brothers will join West on his upcoming tour, which will reportedly start "right away." Nonetheless, it's amazing to see the former duo perform together once again.

Watch Kanye West bring out Clipse below.

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