Lenny Kravitz - Blue Electric Light

Imagine a dazzling laser beam slicing through the very essence of Lenny Kravitz's musical soul, delivering a rockin', passionate, and quintessentially Lenny experience. He's more than just an artist; he's a vessel, a divining rod for creative direction.

"Blue Electric Light," Kravitz's first LP in six years, flits effortlessly through his funky rock universe. It's a journey that includes arena-ready booty shakers like "TK421," where the nearly 60-year-old Kravitz unabashedly shakes his groove thing in the music video. Then there are the rockers, reminiscent of Pearl Jam and Zeppelin, like the electrifying "Paralyzed." And don't forget the groovy, shared humanity anthems like "Human." This album is sprinkled with '80s R&B vibes, giving it a perfectly timed, timeless feeling.

Apparently Kravitz took a nostalgic tour through his own discography and ended up right back in high school. In fact, two tracks on the album—"Bundle of Joy" and "Heaven"—were penned by a teenage Kravitz. While the sounds may evoke his younger days, the album's themes are consistently spiritual, intimate, and emotional.

Kravitz has also had a monumental year. He was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and, during the 2024 GRAMMY week, received the prestigious Global Impact Award at the Black Music Collective’s Recording Academy Honors. Despite these accolades, Kravitz remains humble, reflecting on his journey with grace and gratitude.

Certainly, a must have for Lenny Kravitz fans, and recommended for R&B groove mongers.

Released May 24, 2024.


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