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Lenny Kravitz is one of the most influential musicians of the current generation, selling more than 35 million records worldwide and winning several Grammy awards during his 20-plus years in the music business.
He’s also a native of New York and, like many other celebrities, a lifelong Jets fan. As such, the 48-year-old has teamed up with (the unlikely combination of) quarterback Mark Sanchez and Pepsi to release “Like a Jet,” dubbed a “perfect larger-than-life rock anthem, fitting for the endless determination that rings through the one, the only, Jets Nation.”
Here is the song:
Upon first listen, the track has a nice toe-tapping feel to it, but the lyrics sound forced and, quite honestly, a ploy for promotion. Then again, I’m no music major or Kravitz aficionado.
Perhaps it was kinder on your ears?
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