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.