Earlier this week, we saw video evidence that Beyoncé and Jay-Z had caught Kendrick Lamar's DAMN. tour date in L.A. Fan-shot clips showed the couple, alongside Kelly Rowland Blue Ivy, enjoying performances of "HUMBLE." and "Alright," with Bey looking particularly excited about the show. On Friday, Bey decided to post her own documentation of the show, sharing a montage which featured a few more clips of her vibing out to K-Dot, as well some shots of the show itself, not to mention her memorable outfit. She chose the R&B-inflected "LOVE." from Kendrick's critically-acclaimed, double platinum DAMN, to soundtrack the IG video.

The August 6th date of the tour that Bey and company attended is the last of the first leg with Travis Scott and D.R.A.M. As of Friday, he's begun the second leg, which will feature YG in place of Travis. Find the full tour dates here.

Beyoncé and Kendrick previously collaborated on the powerful LEMONADE collaboration "Freedom" in 2016. He recently spoke to Rolling Stone about what he learned from working with Bey on the track. "How particular to be about your music," he said. "She's a perfectionist. Think about the [2016] BET performance. She was very particular – the lighting, the camera blocking, the transition from the music to the dancing. It was confirmation of something I already knew.

Kendrick is also a huge fan of Jay-Z's. On top of praising his new album 4:44 on Twitter, Kendrick had kind words for Jay in the RS profile as well. "That was my guy. Still is. I'm still a fan," he said. "That was just a page I took out of his book, to be able to carry a lyric through conversation and make it feel like I'm sitting right here talking to you."

Watch Bey's montage above.