Atlantic recording artist Jason Mraz has revealed the companion music video for his new single, “The Woman I Love.” Directed by Elliott Sellers with graphics by Blend Studios, the clip – which debuted via Mraz’s own @jason_mraz Twitter account – is the result of an unprecedented online contest where Twitter users were invited to answer the question, “What does ‘The Woman I Love’ mean to you?” More than 10,000 responses followed, tweeted, of course, in 140 characters or less. The best of those submissions were then used to inspire the storyboarding and overall video concept. Users whose ideas are featured in “The Woman I Love” are credited by Twitter handle. Following the video’s premiere last night, the hashtag #TheWomanILove trended worldwide on Twitter.
The track marks the latest single from the multi-GRAMMY® Award-winning tunesmith’s 2012, “Love Is A Four Letter Word,” which proved to be Mraz’s highest chart debut ever. “I Won’t Give Up,” the collection’s single, has surpassed 5 million sales worldwide.
Mraz – who was recently voted “Favorite Male Artist” at the 39th annual People’s Choice Awards – has spent much of the past year on the road with his “Tour Is A Four Letter Word” global tour, which included stops last year at world-famous venues Madison Square Garden, London’s O2 Arena, Hollywood Bowl and Red Rocks. Mraz will next head Down Under for a series of Australian tour dates and festivals to get underway in mid-March, including performances at the West Coast Blues & Roots Festival, Bluesfest, and the inaugural Deni Blues & Roots Festival.
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