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Watch Lenny Kravitz Perform on NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’

Lenny Kravitz is the latest musician to perform on NPR’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concert series. Accompanied by longtime collaborator Craig Ross and mentee Yianni Giannakopoulous, the singer-songwriter tuned in virtually from his home in the Bahamas for a three-song set. Watch it below.

The setlist started off with a moving rendition of ‘Thinking of You’, a 1998 track written about his late mother, which he also dedicated to George Floyd, in reference to his last words being “Mama, mama”.

Before going on to play ‘What Did I Do With My Life?’, Kravitz said: “In the midst of all that has transpiring on our planet right now, it is a blessed time for introspection. More importantly, action. What side of history are you standing on?”

The set ended with a performance of ‘We Can Get It All Together’, from his most recent LP, 2018’s Raise Vibration.

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