Jason Mraz is full of overwhelming positivity, but the happy-go-lucky singer-songwriter hasn’t always had the easiest life. Photo: Justin Bettman Jason Mraz is full of overwhelming positivity, but the happy-go-lucky singer-songwriter hasn’t always had the easiest life. Photo: Justin Bettman
Jason Mraz is full of overwhelming positivity, but the happy-go-lucky singer-songwriter hasn’t always had the easiest life. Photo: Justin Bettman

Jason Mraz on positivity, his new reggae album, and being bullied as a teen for having female friends

  • Lyrics on the singer’s album ‘Look for the Good’ hint at how being bullied made him more determined to succeed, and how his tormentors ‘made me love who I am’
  • In one incident, Mraz had his earrings ripped out by a friend’s boyfriend at her house, who beat him ‘all the way’ to his car

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Jason Mraz is full of overwhelming positivity, but the happy-go-lucky singer-songwriter hasn’t always had the easiest life. Photo: Justin Bettman Jason Mraz is full of overwhelming positivity, but the happy-go-lucky singer-songwriter hasn’t always had the easiest life. Photo: Justin Bettman
Jason Mraz is full of overwhelming positivity, but the happy-go-lucky singer-songwriter hasn’t always had the easiest life. Photo: Justin Bettman
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