Leonard Albert “Lenny” Kravitz is an American rock singer songwriter, multi instrumentalist, record producer, performer and arranger, whose “retro” design includes aspects of rock, soul, R&B, funk, reggae, hard rock, psychedelic, folk and ballads. His net worth has been said to be around $30 million dollars. As well as singing lead and backing vocals, Kravitz frequently played all the guitar, bass guitar, drums, keyboards and percussion himself when record. He’s known for his elaborate stage performances and music videos. He plays the part of Cinna in the Hunger Games film series.
Lenny Kravitz has his own unique retro kind of music, and contains the inclination go all out in his performances. Despite the fact that he received plenty of flack for his distinctive brand of musical entertainment, this multi-talented performer never gave up. Kravitz began working on his first record in 1985, together with assistance from the recording engineer/keyboardist/bassist Henry Hirsch, as well as the two of them toured together until 1990. He encouraged saxophonist, Karl Denson to play in among the tunes on the record, and was so impressed with his ability he had Denson play for a lot of his other tunes. Right away, Smith had record labels fighting over Kravitz. Geffen, Capitol, Virgin, Elektra and Warner Brothers were all in a war over signing Kravitz for their label. Virgin won the conflict as well as in 1989, Kravitz signed with his first record label. His 1st record, “Let Love Rule” was not as successful in the U.S. as other parts of the world. But it turned out to be a significant success in Europe.