I'm Yours, the song that became mainstay of the singer and songwriter Jason Mraz, makes a new history as the hit single that has longest rotated in the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 71 weeks. This is a new record for 51 years stand of Billboard Hot 100.
Mraz's I'm Yours, first entered the chart in May 2008 even though the single was never rank first. Peak of the charts reached only on the sixth position on 6 September 2008. Previous record holder was LeAnn Rimes with the song "How Do I Live", which appear in the late 1990s. This single could survive for 69 weeks.
"The song was really born into the crowd. ... I noticed almost an immediate response to it and people really celebrated in a different way during that song," Mraz said. "And then by having those three years to jam to the song, it gave us the opportunity to do something simple, yet spirited" in the studio.
In another interview opportunity, Mraz ever analyze why the song can be accepted by so many people. "Maybe because the song has no genres," he said.
The 32-year-old singer has spent two years of his life traveling around the world to promote the latest album "We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things." Jason Mraz's tours is also documented in the CD / DVD "Jason Mraz' Beautiful Mess - Live from Earth," that will be released on November 10th.