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The acoustic folk blues and folk-pop ballad was written during his activist outings and discusses not giving up on loving someone, loving oneself, and not giving up on one's dreams. It received mostly positive reviews from music critics, who agreed that the song is straightforward, emotional and inspiring. The song was also a success on the charts, debuting at number 8 on the Billboard Hot chart, becoming his second top-ten single, after " I'm Yours " Internationally, the song achieved large success, reaching top-ten positions in Ireland and Netherlands , while reaching top-twenty positions in Austria , Canada , the United Kingdom and more. After " I'm Yours " remained at the Billboard Hot chart for a record 76 weeks ending in October peaking at number 6 , Mraz headed to the Gulf of Mexico during the summer of to help with efforts to clean the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. With 'I'm Yours,' I got to go out and set my feet on different continents, and expose myself to different cultures and causes. I wanted to see who I was, outside of music.
Mraz makes a cameo on Week 3 of the show alongside Kesha a noted "Bachelorette" fan as well as JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers to judge artists for their first performances of the season. He started off by saying he "loved" going on and judging the couples on their musical and romantic chemistry. Performing live is not an easy thing to do," he said. He said of the overall experience, "I thought it was tastefully done. Great music, great musicianship, great singers and a couple of potential connections, some of which I thought were really authentic. The artist understands what the "Listen to Your Heart" singers are dealing with when dating other musicians. Mraz revealed he has dated a musician in the past, as well as other artists, "and it can be competitive — very competitive. If you love them unconditionally, you will let that happen. To hear the rest of what Jason Mraz thought about his time on the show as well as why he's never seen "The Bachelor" before, be sure to listen to the full "Bachelor Happy Hour" episode now!
When Jason Mraz first performed around here five years ago, he was a gangly, goofy, boyishly cute young singer-songwriter whose trademark was a baseball cap worn sideways. A romantic balladeer in the style of John Mayer, he was a little too enamored of easy — sometimes wince-inducing — rhymes and familiar, easy rhythms, making his songs sound thin and too much alike. The main thing he had going for him was a creamy, versatile voice. He reached for high notes and nailed them with ease — including operatic-quality falsetto, crooned with the assurance of someone much older — and effortlessly created skat like a jazz veteran. Now in his early 30s, and not a kid anymore although that baseball cap still shows up sometimes , Mraz is reaching higher these days, influenced more by Paul McCartney than Mayer. Although recorded with a band, that song will work perfectly in the acoustic performances Mraz has set for Sunday and Monday at the Paramount. We Dance. We Steal Things. But the songs are a little less playful and a little more thoughtful, showing that he has grown up some.