The singer additionally shared a few of his rock star highschool reminiscences with host James Corden.
Delivering a charming funk-infused jam session, Lenny Kravitz took over the stage at The Late Late Show on Thursday night time (Oct. 25) for a efficiency of his groovy observe "Low."
Showing that he hasn't misplaced an inch of drive in his supply, the 54-year-old flexed his signature sensual demeanor and at all times recent fashion, placing his voice entrance and heart over the funky bassline and midnight groove. Backed up by a full band, Kravitz's silky voice ascended within the midst of regular drums and jangly guitar riffs.
With his infamous infectious vitality, he hypnotized the gang with the sultry lyrics "Don't raise me up/ To flip me down/ I simply desire a lover/ Baby, stick with me on the ground." Whipping his dreadlocks round, the vocal powerhouse soared together with the observe's soulful sonic layers.
Before his set, Kravitz joined host James Corden and the opposite night time's particular company for a visit down reminiscence lane. Touching on the singer's expertise as a Beverly Hills High alum, Corden requested what sort of pupil was younger Lenny Kravitz. "I did what I needed to do to graduate," he replied laughing of his time on the college he attended with Guns 'N Roses guitarist Slash and different celeb children.
The star then shared how he was already extraordinarily concerned with music again then, at all times taking at the very least 4 music courses. In truth, he even had one historical past instructor who would let him minimize class to observe guitar. “I discovered loads however I already knew what I needed to do, so I was actually concerned."
Watch Lenny Kravitz on The Late Late Show beneath.