Beyoncé released her latest visual album, Black Is King on Friday, and we still cannot stop talking about it. The Beyhive and some recognizable faces have took to social media to rave about the album.

Black Is King is based on the music of The Lion King: the Gift, which was released back in 2019 as a companion soundtrack for the live action remake of the film, where Beyoncé played Nala. Throughout the visual album you can expect to see guest stars including Lupita Nyong'o, Kelly Rowland, Pharrell Williams, Jay-Z and more. Black Is King is now streaming on Disney+.

Check out the best celeb reactions to the groundbreaking visual album:


Adele commemorated Beyoncé on Instagram by posing next to her TV and showing her love!

Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington kept it simple on twitter, showing how speechless she was!

Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale gave Beyoncé a shoutout on twitter, expressing his gratitude toward the singer.

Zara Larsson

Similar to Washington's tweet, Zara Larsson was also speechless on twitter.


Lizzo shared her extravagant celebrations of Black Is King by having her own viewing party on her Instagram story.


Fellow musician Chika posted a video on twitter of her rendition of "Brown Skin Girl" in honor of Black Is King.

Alissa Ashley

Alissa Ashley stayed up to watch Black Is King for the early morning debut!

Octavia Spencer

Octavia Spencer expressed her love towards the visual album by reposting Beyoncé's mother's post.

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