Jason Mraz released his debut studio album, ‘Waiting for My Rocket to Come’ in 2002, which contained the single “The Remedy (I Won’t Worry)” that reached number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, his first top-40 hit in the US. His second album, ‘Mr. A-Z,’ released in 2005, peaked at number 5 on the Billboard 200 and sold over 100,000 copies in the US. In 2008 Mraz released his third studio album, ‘We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.‘ It debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200 and was an international commercial success primarily due to the hit “I’m Yours”. The song peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, giving him his first top ten single, spent a then-record 76 weeks on the Hot 100, and was certified Diamond (10x Platinum) by the RIAA in 2019. His fourth album, ‘Love Is a Four Letter Word,’ peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200, his highest-charting album to date.
Mraz is currently on the road in support of his new studio album, “Look For the Good.’
The album’s 12 songs are thematically and stylistically split into two sides. Side A represents a timely look at the state of the world, reflecting on society and humanity, while Side B takes a more old school approach, with word play and vintage reggae at its core. The album opens with upbeat single “Look For the Good,” a song that sets the intention for everything that comes after it. “There’s a lot going on in the world, and it’s crazy,” Jason says. “But instead of worrying about it and adding more craziness to it, let’s look for the good. How can we lift each other up in times we feel are the craziest we’ve ever lived in?”
Jason also reflects on his hope for less conflict on “Make Love,” asking people to find their own inner peace and project that outward, and touches on topical issues like gun control, inequality and the environment. “My Kind” reminds us that we’re all connected, while “Wise Woman” celebrates women using Mother Earth as its touchstone. “Time Out,” which features iconic Jamaican reggae artist Sister Carol, encourages the listener to take a (420) break, and film and TV star/standup comedian Tiffany Haddish jumps on to rap on “You Do You.” It’s a reggae album, but it’s also a Jason Mraz album.
Mraz has won two Grammy Awards and received two additional nominations, and has also won two Teen Choice Awards, a People’s Choice Award and the Hal David Songwriters Hall of Fame Award. He has earned Platinum and multi-Platinum certifications in over 20 countries, and has toured in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, the Middle East and parts of Africa. As of July 2014 Mraz has sold over seven million albums and over 11.5 million downloaded singles.
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