Top 15 Lenny Kravitz Songs
No matter where Lenny Kravitz is, he can always write a great song! As he himself says: “I write music anywhere and on anything: in my head, on the guitar, on the drums ... It doesn’t matter at all!”
Although Lenny grew up in a show business family, it was not easy for him to penetrate the music business of the late 80s ... Agree, a black solo artist playing rock music is still considered a rarity. Kravitz eventually came to the point where he started using his real name, thus creating a strong image of himself. His career is rich in platinum albums, arena tours, Grammys ... And although today the musician does not top the charts as often as he did in the 90s, he is still one of the most enduring male solo artists in rock! Let's take a look at his best songs!
Top 15 Best Lenny Kravitz Songs
The Chamber (2014)
"The Chamber" is the first single from the 2014 album Strut. With a chic bass groove and sensual vibes, this underrated track may not be one of Kravitz's biggest hits, but it's still one of his best songs.
Where are we running? (2004)
"Where are we running" - this song is considered one of the best in the artist's musical piggy bank!
American Woman (1999)
Lennik Kravitz was incredibly inspired when he wrote this song! So harmonious and measured, it became a big hit and even brought the musician a Grammy!
I Belong to You (1998)
This rock-pop ballad is laid back and sexy... One of Lenny's most sensual songs...
Always on the Run (1991)
With this song, Kravitz proves himself to be not only a powerful rocker, but also a virtuoso who skillfully combines retro influences with modern sounds.
Dig In (2001)
"Dig In" has all the elements of a classic rock song, including an exciting chorus and a great beat! It's hard to forget this song once you've heard it.
Stand by My Woman (1991)
A touching ballad...
It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over (1991)
Kravitz said that he wrote this song about the breakup of his marriage to actress Lisa Bonet… This very touching ballad is one of the best in the musician's repertoire…
Let Love Rule (1989)
"Let Love Rule", the title track from Kravitz's 1989 debut album. Great rhythms and a simple but inspiring message - that's what really lies the charm of this composition ...
Fly Away (1998)
One of the songs that brought Kravitz a Grammy.
Are you gonna go my way? (1993)
This is an anthem rock song that has a retro feel but still sounds modern.
Justify My Love (1990)
Curiously, but the source of inspiration was ... Madonna herself!
Flowers for Zoë (1991)
Kravitz wrote this composition especially for her daughter ... That is why for him the composition remains the most special and magical to this day!
The musician described this song as “a description of his own inner world”…
Thinking of You (1998)
The song was written by Lenny after the death of his mother... Very beautiful and heartfelt composition.