Lenny Kravitz channels his inner game show host in the music video for "Stand," the first single from his new album Black and White America. The clip features the singer as both the frontman and drummer of a band performing the vaguely Elvis Costello-ish tune, as well as the crooked host of a show that strongly resembles The Price Is Right. Kravitz has always excelled at emulating the sound of Seventies rock, so it's only fitting that he would star in a video that so meticulously evokes the aesthetic of television from that era.
Lenny Kravitz Stars as game show host in 'Stand'
Hilarious video for first single from 'Black and White America'
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