Shortly after Jackson's untimely death in June, Kravitz revealed he had worked with the "Thriller" icon on a track which hadn't been released. At the time, he told Spinner.com it was "the most amazing experience I've had in the studio."
Kravitz went on to say that MJ was a funny guy, an inspiration and the embodiment of music.
"We laughed the whole time," said the rocker. "He was a beautiful human being ... If not for him, I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing. He gave me joy as a child and showed me the way to go. He was music. Period. His hugeness as a star was great but before he was the King of Pop, he'd said it all."