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Lenny Kravitz to release new single 

added: 4 Nov 2011 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Lenny Kravitz announces 'Push' as the second single from his critically acclaimed album 'Black and White America'.

The track, written, produced and arranged by four-time Grammy award winner Kravitz, calls on us to look to the future and 'push the clouds away' with its uplifting vocal and upbeat melody.

Regarded as one of the preeminent rock musicians of our time, Lenny Kravitz has transcended genre, style, race and class into a 20-year musical career, one which revels in the rich influences of '60s and '70s soul, rock and funk. From 1999 to 2002, he won four consecutive Grammy Awards, setting a record for the most wins in the 'Best Male Rock Vocal Performance' category with his single 'Dig In' (previously winning for 'Again,' 'American Woman' and 'Fly Away').

Kravitz is currently on his Black and White Europe tour, which features brand new staging and production and includes all of Lenny's biggest hits as well as showcasing the new album. The tour will head across Europe throughout November before winding up in Paris on the 29th.

Marking his first release of new material in three years, 'Black and White America' is a rich rock and funk-infused collection filled with Lenny's signature guitar riffs, compelling melodies and the undeniable anthemic lyricism that has been his trademark over the course of his 20-year career.

Recorded in the Bahamas and Paris, Lenny Kravitz's vocals and guitar playing are as distinct as ever on 'Black and White America,' showcasing the intensity with which he records and performs. Kravitz, a multi-instrumentalist, produced, wrote and arranged the 16 tracks on the record.

For more information please go to www.lennykravitz.com.

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