Kanye West sports black sweats to film Keeping Up With The Kardashians… as 112 crooner hints at a possible Christian music collaboration

He’s not afraid to take risks.

But Kanye West looked rather comfortable wearing a black sweatshirt and matching pants in Calabasas, California on Monday afternoon.

The 41-year-old entrepreneur filmed scenes for Keeping Up With The Kardashians as it was reported the rapper could be working on a Christian music collaboration with Slim from R&B group 112, according to TMZ.

Kanye appeared to be in good spirits as he stopped by the office while filming scenes for his hit reality television show.

In addition to an all-black ensemble, West rocked a pair of as yet unreleased Utility Black Yeezy 700 sneakers and carried an iPhone in one hand.

On Saturday, Kanye gave the ultimate surprise to his wife Kim Kardashian, 38, with a live serenade from her ‘favorite group’ 112.

As Mike and Slim started singing Cupid, Kim excitedly said, ‘This is one of the best days of my life.’

Kanye appeared to be pleased with his romantic action as he smiled while holding the phone in front of the singing duo.

‘I have to go call my sisters,’ Kim said before hanging up and taking to Twitter to share in her delight with the phone call.

‘You guys have no idea how much that call means to me!!!!! 112 is my favorite group! I literally almost cried! Kourtney and Khloe completely feel me. They love 112 too,’ she wrote before sharing a video of the call.

The couple celebrated their daughter first birthday on Saturday and have confirmed they are expecting a fourth child – a little brother for North, five, Saint, three, and Chicago – via a surrogate.

‘The couple has always wanted a big family, and their first time with surrogacy went so well, they decided to do it again,’ a source said. ‘The couple is excited to welcome such an incredible gift in 2019. They’ve also talked that after this child, they are most likely done having kids.’ aduq online

West recently pulled out of headlining Coachella because organizers wouldn’t let him perform in a custom-built dome.

Sources told Billboard that Coachella’s parent company Goldenvoice explained to the Power rapper that it would be impossible to build the dome in just four months and would require the entire festival site to be rearranged, including having a large section of toilets removed.

Kanye’s performance had been in the works for several years, but without a signed contract, Goldenvoice decided to end their negotiations shortly after the phone call on January 1.

Family: The couple celebrated their daughter first birthday on Saturday and have confirmed they are expecting a fourth child – a little brother for North, five, Saint, three, and Chicago – via a surrogate; seen in December