Lenny Kravitz’s schedule is fully booked, from hosting and performing at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards to looking into working with his daughter Zoe Kravitz, it looks like there’s no stopping him.
According to Rolling Stone, the 58-year-old rocker will be performing alongside Latto and LL Cool J at the upcoming music awards show.
“I’m thrilled to host and perform at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards to celebrate the best in music,” he wrote in a statement.
“As always, the show will feature some great surprises and unforgettable performances that music fans across the country won’t want to miss.”
This will be Kravtiz’ second performance in a short time span because he just performed at the 2023 Oscar Awards last weekend.
The singer performed the song “Calling All Angels” from his 2004 album “Baptism” during the Memoriam segment.
According to reports, during his appearance at the Oscars, Kravitz was asked about the chances of him acting in a movie alongside his daughter.
This has always been something fans have been wondering about and hoping for, after all, both stars have extensive acting experience, not to mention music experience as well.
“We have discussed it, it would have to be the right thing,” the singer said. “But I would love to work with her one day.”
“I adore her, and it would be a lot of fun,” he added.
Seeing the father-and-daughter duo would be another page in the Kravitz family books.
READ MORE: Diplo ‘Not Not Gay’? DJ Opens Up About His Sexuality with Emily Ratajkowski
According to reports, the Kravtizes have been in the industry for a long time. In some ways, Zoe is a nepo baby’s nepo baby.
It began with Kravitz’ father, Sy Kravitz, who was a news producer at NBC. He married actress Roxie Roker.
Kravitz’ other relatives like his grandmother, Cicely Tyson, and cousin, Al Rocker, are also in the industry.
However, despite having his entire family working in television and movies, Kravitz took an interest in music.
He released his first studio album “Let Love Rule” in 1989, followed by “Mama Said” in 1991, “Are You Gonna Go My Way” in 1993, “Circus” in 1995, and “5” in 1998.
In 1998, he dropped his self-titled album “Lenny,” then in 2004, he released “Baptism.”
“It’s Time For a Love Revolution” was released in 2008, “Black and White America” in 2011, “Strut” in 2014, and “Raise Vibration” in 2018.
His filmography includes the “Hunger Games,” “Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” and “The Butler” among others.
READ ALSO: Lindsay Lohan Announces Pregnancy with Husband Bader Shammas: ‘Blessed, Excited!’
© 2015 MusicTimes.com All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.