With its deeply satisfying groove and heartbreaking falsetto hook, Lenny Kravitz's 1991 breakthrough introduced audiences to a musician of unquestionable style and monstrous talent (fun fact: Kravitz himself plays most of the backing tracks). Using classic Motown elements—cooing backup singers and lilting strings, a rock-solid back beat and grooving bassline—Kravitz cut through the clutter of college radio crossovers and chintzy mainstream hits to add some sophistication to early-'90s radio. It still sounds just as vibrant over 20 years later. – Nate Cavalieri, Google Play
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