Playlist: Lenny Kravitz

"Nina Simone's version of 'Here Comes the Sun' by the Beatles, which is a beautiful track. It just feels so hopeful, so spiritual, it's very melancholy, it's just…she almost turns it into a hymn. It's beautiful. I think about settling down, but it doesn't ever seem to happen, I think it's more of a fantasy. I love to create and I love to use different mediums; who knows what will happen one day, but I think that I'll always have the desire to create. For some reason, I feel that's the best way I express myself."

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