The ‘Fly Away’ singer gave off overall rockstar vibes together with his wonderful outfit that confirmed off a few of his tattoos at the Grammys’ crimson carpet.
Lenny Kravitz is a rockstar, and he is aware of it! The 57-year-old singer arrived in taste for the sixty fourth Annual Grammy Awards on the MGM Grand Area in Las Vegas on Sunday April 3. Lenny, who’s set to offer all over the rite, has his muscular tissues on show, whilst he sported a mesh, silver tanktop.
The mesh silver best can have shined at the crimson carpet, however the “Once more” singer had lots extra items to his outfit that confirmed off his rocker-fashion sense. He sported a couple of leather-based pants with large, matching, high-heeled boots at the crimson carpet. He additionally accessorized with a host of various necklaces, together with some that appeared like chains, plus an enormous pair of sun shades.
The mesh tank additionally gave fanatics a take a look at the singer’s many superior tattoos all over the place his hands, as he posed for pictures with an overly calm and funky glance on his face. He additionally had his hair styled in some lengthy dreadlocks that completely matched his wonderful outfit.
This isn’t Lenny’s first rodeo! The singer is a nine-time Grammy-nominee, and of the ones, he’s gained 4 of them, having taken house the Easiest Male Rock Vocal Efficiency 4 years in a row from 1999 to 2002, together with his most up-to-date win being for his track “Dig In.”
But even so his sheer best on the award display, Lenny hasn’t been shy about flexing his muscular tissues over time. He regarded completely ripped, when he confirmed off his muscular tissues and abs at the duvet of Males’s Well being in October 2020. Even supposing Lenny is probably not shy about striking his nice seems to be on show, it has resulted in his daughter, The Batman actress Zoe Kravitz, sometimes teasing him about it on social media, like when he posted a photograph of himself feeding his canines whilst shirtless, the place she left a joking remark concerning the image.