Lenny Kravitz plans to chronicle his early life and career in an autobiography due this fall.
Kravitz says his memoir, Let Love Rule, covers his first quarter-century on Earth. The book was co-written by Kravitz and biographer David Ritz. Kravitz will narrate the audiobook version himself.
"Writing this memoir has been a beautiful and interesting experience taking me through the first 25 years of my life, from birth to release of my first album," the Grammy-winner said in a statement. "That journey, full of adventure, was where I found myself and my voice. Through that experience, love was the force that paved the way and love became my message."
The book is named for Kravtiz's 1989 debut album. It covers his early life in New York and Los Angeles, as well as his stints in France, England and Germany.
Amid extreme tension at home, Kravitz found sanctuary in music and laid the groundwork for becoming one of the biggest music stars of the '90s.
"In one lightning-fast chapter after another we see him grow as a musician and ultimately a master songwriter, producer and performer," read a press release. "We also see Lenny's spiritual growth — and the powerful way in which spirit informs his music."
Let Love Rule arrives October 6.
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