Beyonce New Song 'Formation' Released, Read Celebrity Reactions Here! [Where to Free Download]

By R.Robles | Feb 07, 2016 | 07:35 AM EST

The Queen B has done it again.

One day before her Super Bowl 50 halftime performance, the 34-year-old diva has publicly released the music video for "Formation" wherein she not only featured her incredible dance moves but also gave us a cute peek of her daughter Blue Ivy, 4. The question is, will she perform the song on the highly-anticipated halftime performance?

As a lovely and generous gift for her fans, Beyonce has made the song available for free download on husband Jay Z's music streaming company Tidal. Make sure to be as quick as you can though because the free downloads may have a limit. 

You may download it for free here.

Celebrities and her huge fan base went crazy on social media after the surprise release. As much as they praised the video, they also cited and commented on the rather risqué lyrics: "When he f-k me good, I take him to Red Lobster."

Even the Carters' close friend John Legend posted a photo of President Barack Obama with his hand covering his mouth captioning it: "When you realize your dad took your mom to red lobster every week." Wife Chrissy Teigen is ever supportive and replied: "This is a good tweet."

"Keeping Up With The Kardashians" celebrity and model Kendall Jenner, on the other hand, tweeted, "Take his ass to Red Lobster," coupled with the middle finger emoji in probably reference to video where Beyonce flips off the camera.

"Glee" star Kevin McHale joined in the Twitter craziness, tweeting: "i mean, @Beyonce, I too "sip Cuervo with no chasers."

Laverne Cox, known for her role in "Orange is the New Black," posted on Twitter: "Getting myself together after watching the new @Beyonce video #Formation #ISlay. #YASGAWD #Beyhive #throwback #DC3 braids."

Dwayne Wade's wife Gabrielle Union, on the other hand, expressed her thrill when she tweeted: "Beyonce! Beyonce! Beyonce! #redlobster #hotsauce #blackbillgates #Formation EVERYTHING!"

Yahoo! journalist Shehnaz Khan is the most controversial tweet though when he posted, as per US Magazine: "If you don't have Tidal you'll regret it I'm just saying," just mere hours before the song was released. Post-song release, she followed up: "Don't say I never warned you," and added: "One more thing... THERE IS MORE... I hope you have all SAVED YOUR COINS."

That will probably keep the "Beyhive" in its toes for weeks.

Want to sing along? Here are the full lyrics to the song courtesy of Hollywood Life.

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