August 19, 2011 16:41
Hear Lenny Kravitz's new album 'Black And White America' on NME.COM - audio
The rock legend's ninth studio album is streaming in full
You can hear Lenny Kravitz's new album 'Black And White America' exclusively on NME.COM, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to hear the album.
The record is available to buy today (August 22), but you can hear it right now in its entirety.
The album is the funk rocker's ninth studio release and features two high profile collaborations. The first is with Jay-Z, who contributes vocals to 'Bongie Drop' and the second is with rapper Drake, who adds his distinctive style to 'Sunflower'.
The album is the follow up to the singer's 2008 album 'It Is Time For A Love Revolution' and his first for new label Roadrunner Records, which is more commonly a metal and rock label.
Kravitz will play a one-off show in the UK later this year, appearing at London's Hammersmith Apollo on October 27.
The singer was also recently cast to appear in new futuristic teen movie The Hunger Games. He is set to play Cinna, a rebellious stylist. The movie is due out in March 2012.
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