Jazon Mraz was actually pretty involved in theater for a while before picking up an old guitar that someone was going to throw away and learning how to play it. From that point on music kind of became his go-to thing and at some point it became his biggest thing since you can obviously tell that his career has been a rousing success and he’s become one of the most well-known musicians in the industry throughout the years. As far as his music goes it is kind of geared towards those that like something a little softer, but at the same time it’s got such a calm, quiet feel to it that it simply implores the listener to kick back, relax, and possibly just kick their feet up and enjoy life for a few moments instead of going at full tilt. This is the kind of music you really want to just recline and listen to on a warm sunny day.
Here are a few of his songs as used in TV and movies.
5. Father Figures – Can’t Hold Out on Love
There aren’t a lot of things that are harder than realizing that you don’t know who your parents are. Folks that have been adopted sometimes go through this and it’s absolute torture since you can’t say for certain just what kind of things are going to happen to you from a biological stance. But when two brothers go looking for their father based on what their mother has told them they find out that not only was their mother kind of a busy woman back in her day, but she’s not even their real mother. At the end what they do find is the ability to finally put the past behind them and just move on with their future.
4. Bad Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising – I’m Yours
If the first movie was out of control, this one takes it above and beyond since instead of a fraternity the couple next door, while trying to sell their home, has to deal with a sorority moving in. And it’s not just any other sorority that’s intent on moving in, these girls want to party as hard as they can without any responsibility or anyone telling them what they can and can’t do. When this becomes a problem the couple have to try and rely on the help of the same person that they managed to get kicked out in the first movie as they attempt to upend the plans of a bunch of rowdy young women hell-bent on living the good life.
3. The Voice Kids – I’m Yours
It’s always fun to see what kind of talent people have upon coming to this show. Some of them are okay and some are passable in terms of talent, but then some of them are simply amazing and blow people away when it comes to what they can do. Just imagine how many people actually turn out for each audition and then try to imagine how many get turned away in the first day or so. Then think about how often the judges have to think about what to say in order to avoid hurt feelings and possible confrontations. This kind of show seems to lend itself to a lot of abuse for not a lot of glory, but what does come out of it are truly talented individuals.
2. 50 First Dates – I Melt With You
It might seem that Henry doesn’t have a lot of luck in love but in truth he’s just never tried to do anything other than pick up tourists that are easily fooled into thinking that he’s something other than what he is. This kind of scam would no doubt get a lot of guys in trouble but when he stops doing it to pursue a woman that has no chance of creating new memories each day it almost seems as though karma has finally caught up to him since he wants the one woman that makes him feel as though he doesn’t need anyone else and the only place she ever remembers him from are her dreams.
1. Jason Mraz – A Beautiful Mess
Black or White is the kind of film that might be relevant in today’s world since the idea of a white grandfather raising a black granddaughter seems to be something that would immerse a great many people in a debate that would unfortunately never look at who the child is better off with but what a white person couldn’t understand about black culture and what a horrible life the child would lead with her drug addict of a father. In short the truth of the matter would never come out that race doesn’t really factor into the care and love that a family member gives to one of their own.
Jason Mraz delivers a great sound that really allows you to think and kick back at the same time.
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