Jason Mraz born in 23 June, 1977. He started his career in 2002 with the album “Waiting For My Rocket To Come”. In 2009, he won the “Grammy Awards” for the best male vocal pop performance for the song I’m yours.
His first album is “Waiting For My Rocket To Come” released in 2002 with popular singles (You and I Both, The Remedy and Curbside Prophet). Second album is “Tonight, Not Again (in 2004 with Electra Records)” and other consecutive released albums are “Mr. A-Z (in 2005 with Atlantic)”, “We sing. We dance. We steal things(in 2008 with Atlantic”" and “Love is a Four Letter Word(in 2012 with Atlantic)”.
The song “I Won’t Give Up” is taken from Jason Mraz’s 7th studio album “Live Is a Four Letter Word”. It was released on 3 January, 2012 through Atlantic Records. It was co-written by Michael Natter and Theodore Feldman.
The song peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, at number 8 on the Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart, at number 20 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart, at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100, at number 11 on the UK Singles chart and at number 11 on the Canadian Hot 100 chart.