Mama Knowles was singing her son-in-law's praises on Instagram today. "Yes, it's 4.4.4 Jay z's newest album," she captioned a picture of a bus in NYC with "Jay:Z 4:44" written on it. "Its on the side of this bus in New York City. The album is beyond amazing!!!!!❤️Coming soon!"
Tia Mowry commented on Lawson's post, writing, "Just listened to [the album] this morning. He's speaking life and wisdom," along with a thumbs-up emoji.
The Weeknd praised Jay, writing, "Not saying that we don't got good rappers anymore, but after Jay Z dropped 4:44, I realized how mediocre & amateur rappers are now a days..."
Orange Is the New Black star Uzo Aduba also celebrated Jay's new record. "When the G.O.A.T. makes a new album, you listen to the new album by the G.O.A.T. Still giving sick beats & rhymes. Catch the message. #444" she tweeted. She added, "Rapping about money next level. Rapping about women next level. Delivering the message we ordered. #444"
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay was especially excited about Jay sampling musician Sister Nancy on the song "BAM." She tweeted a GIF of Beyoncé dancing. "Thanks, #JAYZ," she wrote.
Comedian Kevin Hart showed love for Jay-Z by posting a throwback photo of the rapper with the album title on top. "Legend," he captioned it.
Former NFL player Chad Johnson, aka Ochocinco, posted a screenshot of Jay's new album with the caption, "Legend."
Singer K. Michelle tweeted, "Jay Z said yall rappers seat fillers walking around like you made Thriller! Yesss." She added, "Thank God the heavens heard our cry. We get to listen to some REAL RAP LYRICS. Good music do something to me."
DJ Khaled posted a pic of him and Jay together, saying "Listening to MORE ? #JAYZ @rocnation!"
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