Lenny Kravitz Songs Ranked

Leonard Albert Kravitz (born May 26, 1964) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, and actor. His style incorporates elements of rock, blues, soul, R&B, funk, jazz, reggae, hard rock, psychedelic, pop, folk, and ballads. Kravitz won the Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance four years in a row from 1999 to 2002, breaking the record for most wins in that category and setting the record for most consecutive wins in one category by a male. He has been nominated for and won other awards, including American Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Radio Music Awards, Brit Awards, and Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. He was also ranked at No. 93 on VH1’s “100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock”. He was made an Officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2011 and has played Cinna in the Hunger Games film series. Here are all Lenny Kravitz’s songs ranked.

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20. Dirty White Boots (Strut, 2014)

“Beyond the fact that the truth behind that concept is objectionable, it does not mean that the lyrics end up working only in forties and in nostalgia for the nineties who seek to occupy the position of groupie. This is evident not only by the album cover – which is a bottle away from being a perfume ad – but by tracks like “Dirty White Boots” and – obviously “Sex”

19. If You Can’t Say No (5, 1998)

“I must say that this album is pretty good. So far it’s the only Lenny Kravitz album i own and mayhap it will be the only i’ll ever buy. A good collection of songs _5_ shows that Kravitz is talented. “

18. Believe in Me (Lenny, 2001)

“The original beatbox, that spreads at Last phase loop after the other three preceding, equal each of them, making this fourth a “mark” of the whole rhythm along the song”

17. The Chamber (Strut, 2014)

“Never really liked his music but this one made me listen… and changed my opinion big time! Absolutely fabulous song and just love the base line!”

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16. Mr. Cab Driver (Let Love Rule, 1989)

“In the late 1980s, an over-enthusiastic music press often likened Lenny Kravitz to Jimi Hendrix. Listen to the guitar solo in “Mr. Cab Driver”. Go out and hit a music journalist with a brick.”

15. Dig In (Dig In, 2001)

“I happened to hear this song in the background soundtrack of a tv show I was watching and really liked it. Fortunately, my tv is close-captioned so I was able to find out who sang it and purchase it. Really nice.”

14. Stillness of Heart (Lenny, 2001)

“Nicely done menus (the colors and design are very similar to official Lenny Kravitz website), superb video quality. It’s a pity that interviews and info clips are very short (from 10 to 30 seconds) but still nicely done.”

13. Let Love Rule (Let Love Rule, 1989)

“I found this one a bit too studious at first, like he was trying really hard to make it sound like a Jimi Hendrix-era nugget. Maybe that was just because everything else on the radio at the time sounded like cheap drum machines and keyboards. I’ve warmed up to it a lot since.”

12. Rock and Roll is Dead (Circus, 1995)

“”Circus” is apparently considered as Lenny Kravitz’s best album album by many fans. I wouldn’t go that far but this dark piece (from the artwork to the contents) is his last great record to me. I definitely remember two reviews who bombed it when it came out.”

11. Believe (Are You Gonna Go My Way, 1993)

“The production is stellar. The song sets a really good mood, and the closing guitar-solo-plus-strings is incredible. Sadly, it’s all in service of a perfectly adequate song without a really good hook.”

10. Heaven Help (Are You Gonna Go My Way, 1993)

“Lenny is probably one of the best musicians of all times. But this song is just something special even for him. Somehow it just really manages to bring me almost on a brink of tears, so beautiful I consider it to be. Don’t know why – I’m not a crier.”

9. I Belong to You (5, 1998)

“Simple lyrics and minimalistic sound. I Will dance to this song on the day of my wedding. Great song!…Beautiful tempo and groove!”

8. Always on the Run (Mama Said, 1991)

“This one sounds half like it is an ode to his obvious hero Jimi Hendrix, and half like a track that should have been on the Superbad soundtrack. I think this one deserves a upgrade as he shows off some nice screams here. This is better then most of his material but is not especially awesome, just above trite.”

7. Can’t Get You Off My Mind (Circus, 1995)

“Amazing lyrics, with outstanding drums, bass, and simply one of the best solo and base guitars I’ have ever heard. Great, great guitar solo. Craig Ross kills everyone with that short, but beautiful solo.”

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6. I’ll Be Waiting (It Is Time for a Love Revolution, 2008)

“One of the BEST songs in the universe, does not deserve to be any lower than one. It is such an amazing tune and it reminds me of loyalty and I feel so much adrenaline when I listen to this song! As long as I’m breathing, ill be waiting!”

5. American Woman (5, 1998)

“One of the best cover songs ever! The list of cover songs that I would say are on par with the original version is a short one but this song is definitely on that list. Lenny Kravitz has a great voice for classic rock songs.”

4. It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over (Mama Said, 1991)

“This is a very good song. I like the melody and the rhythm. I like the inclusion of strings and wind instruments. Kravitz’s voice is very good for this song as well. My favorite all time Lenny Kravitz song.”

3. Again (Again, 2000)

“This is one of my favorite songs ever. I listen to it back to back sometimes 3 times, play another song then listen to it 3 more times. This song really celebrates meeting someone so special that you wish you had met that person way sooner but then the meeting is so bitter sweet because you might not even see that special person ever again. “All of my life, where have you been? I wonder if I’ll ever see you again.”

2. Are You Gonna Go My Way (Are You Gonna Go My Way, 1993)

“The first time I heard this song I was knocked fair and square on my arse. The instrumental performance alone had me glued to the speakers. The actual recording itself is an analogue dream – such warmth! Sure, I could hear the references (polite talk for “plagiarism”), but I was simply too thrilled that someone was bothering to make music like this again to care. 1993 was time of crystal clean, sterile pap, and to actually feel the heat of a driven vacuum tube again was a true delight.”

1. Fly Away (5, 1998)

“Beautiful use of his tremendous vocals. It has repetition, but has a sweet mix of pitch rifts that keep you fixed in on this incredible song from start to end! Great guitar and vocals. I like so much Lenny Kravitz and your sensuality! Crazy How I relate to it! Just love this song”