Lenny Kravitz Premieres New Music Video for “Low”
- American singer-songwriter Lenny Kravitz premiered a new music video for “Low” directed by Jean Baptiste Mondino.
The song is the first single off of his upcoming 11th studio album "Raise Vibration" which is set to be released on September 7, 2018.
The track features the voice of Michael Jackson, lifted from recordings they made together while they worked on their song “(I Can’t Make It) Another Day.”
“A lot of people say, ‘Oh, you’re doing that Michael Jackson impersonation,’” he told the Guardian. “No, that’s him. He’s the person who made it happen for me. He loved working together. He asked me to push him. I did.”
On the clip, Lenny Kravitz plays drums in a black room.
Lenny Kravitz described how Jean Baptiste Mondino conceived the video;
“When [Mondino] heard ‘Low’ for the first time he focused on the beat and kept listening to it over and over. The result was a black room, black drum set, and black clothing. It was all about the groove and the space. It turned into an interesting way to present a song, that has so much production, and portray the conversation taking place in the song.”
- Lenny Kravitz is now touring Europe and the U.K. before playing the Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta on September 21 and the Bourbon & Beyond Festival in Louisville on September 22.
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- source : Rolling Stone