You can opt-out from either of these at any time
Any questions or concerns please contact us.
Shawn Mendes is living his best life in 2016. The Canadian teen dropped his highly anticipated second studio album Illuminate and topped the charts with his singles “Treat You Better” and “Mercy.” His collaboration on “I Know What You Did Last Summer” with Camila Cabello earned him an iHeartRadio MMVA, where the duo won Best Pop Video and Fan Fave Video.
He spent most of 2016 touring the world, only taking breaks to play the iHeartRadio MMVAs, SNL, the American Music Awards, the MTV EMAs and the Billboard Music Awards.
Mendes is now home for the holidays, having recently been spotted at a Toronto Maple Leafs game, but that doesn’t mean the young musician is done with music for the year.
One of the biggest highlights from the year of Mendes was undoubtedly playing a sold out show at Madison Square Gardens. Mendes teased the performance ahead of its September 10th date with a black and white music video for his track “Ruin,” and now the Canadian teen has released a similar video for an acoustic version of his track “Mercy.”
Playing to an empty arena, Mendes shows off his impressive vocals while manning the piano on his own. The new video is a teaser for Friday’s release of Mendes’ new album, Live At Madison Square Gardens.
The album will feature twelve songs from the concert, including his debut single “Life of the Party” and two medleys. Live At Madison Square Gardens will arrive just in time for the holidays and be available on Spotify and iTunes.