They were his beats, but it was actually produced by another girl, Andrea Martin, and Ivan Matias.If I had to choose, I much prefer the remix to the original." This music video is not available on You Tube in the United States, but outside of the United States, where it is available to watch on You Tube, it has received over 11 million views.)", which peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 and topped the US Mainstream Top 40 chart, along with charting across several countries and being included in her debut album, So Blu.The song earned Cantrell two Grammy Awards nominations.After a bidding war with five different labels, Arista's bid was the highest. The song earned Cantrell Grammy Award nominations for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance and for Best R&B Song, as well as an American Music Award nomination for Favorite Soul/R&B New Artist, both in 2002.It was said of Cantrell, "Since she was a little girl she always dreamed of being on Arista Records." Afterwards, Cantrell went straight into recording sessions with Dallas Austin and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. The record saw major success when it peaked at number eight on the Billboard 200 chart, eventually going gold in the United States. During this era, Cantrell helped write and compose, along with several other writers, the song "It's Killing Me (In My Mind)" for the soundtrack of the 2002 film Bad Company.
She was then taken to a near-by hospital, where she was evaluated by medical staff.The remix featuring Sean Paul was produced by Ivan Matias, Andrea Martin and Mark Pitts. Outside the United States, "Breathe" became a smash hit in Europe, most notably in the United Kingdom, where it topped the charts for four weeks in August 2003."Breathe" was originally recorded for the Bittersweet album without Sean Paul, but his vocals were added for the single release.The album produced two hit singles, the Sean Paul collaboration "Breathe" and "Make Me Wanna Scream"."Breathe" was hugely successful in the United Kingdom, where it spent four weeks at the top of the UK Singles Chart in August 2003 and broke Madonna's song "Lucky Star" for the most played single on British radio.The song uses a slightly altered instrumental of Dr.