Kravitz performs Heaven Can Help on The Arsenio Hall Show in Los Angeles, California.
Kravitz is interviewed by Hall on The Arsenio Hall Show. They talk about his memory of the first record he ever bought, his pet snake and his message as an artist.
I sing about God, I sing about love and I sing about togetherness and people would rather focus on my clothing.
Kravitz wins the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for Fly Away.
Kravitz wins the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for American Woman.
Kravitz wins the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for Again.
Kravitz wins the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for Dig In.
Kravitz performs Push during The Ellen Show to promote his album Black And White America.
Kravitz joins the Roots to help conclude Bob Marley week on Late Night performing Marley’s Roots, Rock, Reggae.
Kravitz gives interview to Elle about what his mom taught him about being a man.
That it’s about honor and respect. I was, like, 13, and my mom had to go to some party. She said, “Lenny, I want you to wash these dishes and put them away.” So she leaves, I wash the dishes, and put them away. About three in the morning, I get awakened by this tap on my head, and she drags me to the kitchen. One cabinet door is open about an inch, right? And she points at the door and says, “Close the cabinet.” I was completely pissed off and couldn’t believe this woman would drag me out of bed. But that was what follow-through was about. If it weren’t for these kinds of lessons, I wouldn’t be here doing what I’m doing.
Kravitz talks about his life growing up as biracial, a famous mother and his music career. He also explains what love and success means to him.
The idea of having to conform to someone else’s ideal is unacceptable. I’m gonna be me. And if I can’t be me, then I’d rather not do it.
Kravitz performs Get Back during Beatles week on Late Show with David Letterman.
Kravitz appears on The Late Show with David Letterman and performs Strut, the title track from his latest album. Denzel Washinton introduces him.
Kravitz and Washington appear on The Late Show with David Letterman and talk about their boating holiday off the Amalfi Coast, in which Kravitz managed to talk Washington into watching his own films. Kravitz:
I got him to watch all of his movies. We sat on that boat – John Q, Man on Fire, Malcolm X – we watched them all. And what’s great is that you get the commentary.
I was good, too. I was like, “Wow, I’m good!”
Kravitz appears on the cover of the October/November 2014 issue of Uptown magazine. He talks about having more children, the death of his mom and dad, and his future.
I feel like whatever I’m supposed to do or get or achieve will happen, and what’s not mine is not mine to have. My grandfather used to tell me when I was a kid, ‘Nobody can take anything away from you that is yours.’ He also used to say, ‘the best is yet to come.
At a performance in Stockholm, Sweden, Kravitz rips his leather pants. He is not wearing any underwear so his penis is exposed. He leave the stage and returns wearing new pants.
Sorry, I ripped my trousers