Lenny Kravitz talks about that celibacy promise

July 5, 2011 at 10:43 AM ET

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Remember when Lenny Kravitz decided he was going to ban having sex until marriage? To refresh your memory, he told Maxim, "(It's) a promise I made until I get married. Where I'm at in life, the women have got to come with something else, not just the body, but the mind and spirit."

That's apparently something he's trying to put in the past, though. Kravitz tells Details this month, "Sorry, man, I'm not going to deal with that question. I said it, and it just got blown way out of proportion." All that said, the single father to daughter Zoe (who's mom is Kravitz's ex-wife Lisa Bonet) says that he does want to get married again. "Oh, most definitely," he told the magazine. "Have I experienced enough as a single man? Yes. Yes, I have."

Kravitz has a new album coming out, "Black and White in America," and he's continuing to pursue acting; he was recently cast in "The Hunger Games." Of the latter, Kravitz says that he was unfamiliar with the series of books the film is based on. "I honestly hadn't heard of them before the director called me. I hope the fans don't hate me for that."