Lenny Kravitz is ready to strut his stuff. The musician has announced that he will release his 10th studio album, 'Strut,' via his indie label Roxie Records, which was named after his late mother, actress Roxie Roker.

According to Billboard, the four-time Grammy winner has secured a worldwide agreement with Kobalt Label Services to help promote and release the LP, which is due Sept. 23. The collection is the follow-up to his 2011 album, 'Black and White America.'

"I am looking forward to my partnership with Kobalt,” Kravitz said in a statement. “They have a passionate team that share a high artistic view and I am confident they that are the right partner to carry out my creative vision for this album."

During his 20-year career, the 49-year-old rocker has sold 38 million albums worldwide and is highly-respected among his rock peers.

Since his three-year hiatus from music, Kravitz has pursued his other passion -- acting. He has appeared in such films as 'Precious,' 'The Butler' and 'The Hunger Games' franchise.

In 2004, he launched Kravitz Design Inc., which offers residential design services and product development and branding. His most recent project was creating the set for the 'Queen Latifah Show.'