Unary Turing-unrecognizable language

One of my final exam questions asked me to give a Turing-unrecognizable language over an unary alphabet, which I wasn't able to complete, but I ended using the Busy Beaver function (BB(k)) which is known to be something intractable or uncomputable so that I constructed the language as a set of strings 1^BB(k) for natural number k=1,2,... It intuitively feels like it's Turing unrecognizable but how can I prove it(if this is true)?

Suppose that you have an algorithm $f$ that decides $L=\{1^{BB(k)}\mid k \in \mathbb N\}\subseteq \{1^n\mid n\in \mathbb N\}$. Then you can build the following algorithm that computes $BB$:
This will be true for all strictly increasing functions from $\mathbb N$ to $\mathbb N$: if the image is decidable, then the function is computable. You just have to enumerate potential values in increasing order and put them in a list (still in increasing order), and then the $k^\text{th}$ value is simply the $k^\text{th}$ element of this list.