Lisa Bonet Attends Ex-Husband Lenny Kravitz's 60th Birthday With Their Daughter Zoë Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz marked his 60th birthday with his ex-wife, Lisa Bonet, and their daughter, Zoë Kravitz, in France.

Lenny Kravitz marked his latest milestone with music and family! 

On Friday, the rock superstar celebrated his 60th birthday in Paris, France, at the Hôtel de Crillon. The "Fly Away" singer was photographed entering the establishment. 

Dressed to the nines for the occasion, Kravitz wore a sleek form-fitting black suit layered over a brown blouse that he left open. Keeping things cool, the GRAMMY-winning singer rocked a pair of dark shades. 

Lenny Kravitz celebrates his 60th birthday and new album release in Paris, France. - Best Image/BACKGRID

For her part, his daughter, Zoë Kravitz, looked chic in a white slip dress, which she layered with a black blazer, as she entered the party alongside her mother, and Kravitz's ex-wife, Lisa Bonet.

Not pictured was Zoë's fiancé, Channing Tatum

A source tells ET that the man of the hour had a blast partying with his A-list family and friends. 

"Lenny Kravitz had the best time while celebrating his birthday," a source tells ET. "After the dinner event, there was a party where everyone enjoyed tunes by DJ Ruckus and a dance session to Lenny's classics. Guests also jumped up and down to his song, 'Let It Ride' from his new album."

The source says that the guest list was crafted by Kravitz himself. 

"Lenny curated an amazing guest list, which included longtime friends like Chris Rock, Naomi Campbell, Evan Ross, and his 4th grade teacher Mrs. Goldberg," the insider adds. "Lenny's distantly related cousin was chosen as the maestro."

Aside from his birthday, Friday marked another special occasion for Kravitz -- the release of his latest album, Blue Electric Light

Kravitz took to Instagram to celebrate the occasion. 

Zoë Kravitz and Lisa Bonet celebrate Lenny Kravitz's birthday in Paris, France. - Best Image/BACKGRID

"The wait is over... Blue Electric Light is out now," he captioned the post. 

In a video, Kravitz appeared on camera and gushed about the moment. 

"I'm in Paris, France, it's a beautiful day the sun is shining and the birds are singing and Blue Electric Light is finally out," he says. "It's been a long journey and a labor of inspiration and love. I want to thank you all for all your support, all your encouragement, all of you who keep me afloat all these years. Make it possible for me to do what I do. To tour so that we can be together and celebrate life. Here's to all of you, and all of us as human beings, spiritual beings. Having a human experience. Here's to the release of the album," he says as he takes a shot. "And I wish you all love. Peace." 

Last week, ahead of celebrating his new album and new decade, Kravitz spoke with Gayle King on CBS Mornings and revealed he's ready for love now more than ever in his 60s.

"Right now, I'm just open," he said of his love life, adding that he is always looking -- which might be the problem. "When you desire something, you're looking for it, right? But I find that when you don't look is when you find it."

He added, "I can say that I've never felt how I feel now."

Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet - Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic