A few years ago, GRAMMY-winning singer and songwriter Jason Mraz released an album that would change his life - the multi-platinum best-selling, We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. The album featured the record breaking "I'm Yours" - a buoyant, reggae-flavored love song which captured the hearts of people across the globe, surpassing 21 million sales worldwide and setting a record for the longest-running song in the 51-year history of Billboard's Hot 100 chart with 76 weeks on the chart. The track earned Jason a Grammy "Song of the Year" nomination, was ASCAP's 2010 "Song of the Year" and led to Mraz being given the Songwriters Hall of Fame's prestigious "Hal David Starlight Award," which is presented to songwriters who have made a significant impact in the music industry with their original songs. In 2010, Jason garnered two GRAMMY wins to add to his long list of accomplishments, winning "Best Male Pop Vocal Performance" for "Make It Mine" and "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals" for "Lucky," his duet with Colbie Caillat.
Outside of music, Jason also actively supports many social causes. The Jason Mraz Foundation helps sustain organizations aligned with Jason's pillars of service: human equality; arts and education; environment preservation; and recovery & assistance. In 2010 Jason was honored for his impassioned efforts by the Surfrider Foundation with the clean water award and named SIMA's Humanitarian Of The Year.
Jason's fourth studio album, Love Is A Four Letter Word, was released in April 2012 and features the hit single "I Won't Give Up." This summer he embarks on his Tour Is A Four Letter Word world tour.