Cantrell also featured in a small cameo role in the 2002 film Drumline, where she could be seen singing the American national anthem. In 2003, Cantrell released her second album, Bittersweet, which peaked at #37 on the Billboard 200. The song became number one in the charts without the support of any major radio syndication, and eventually was added to major rotation after it had already become independently worldwide.
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Once there were also some rumors about her sex orientation but it was not official.
Blu Cantrell was interested in music since her childhood days.
In 2003, Cantrell released her second album, Bittersweet, which was nominated for a Grammy Award and resulted in the single "Breathe" (featuring Sean Paul).
Written and produced by Ivan Matias, "Breathe" was a major success worldwide in 2003, topping the European Hot 100 Singles and the UK Singles Chart for four consecutive weeks and also reaching the top ten of several other charts across the world.
She also recorded several of her audios on her own. With the start of 2000s fortune came in her side and in 2001 she was offered her first singing contract. Blu Cantrell was from the upper middle class family born as Tiffany Cobb in Providence, Rhode Island, United States of America to Susi Franco.
The same year she also released her first album and it was titled So Blu. She is an American and is of diverse descent and that is of America, African, Narragansett and many more.The current relationship status of Blu Cantrell is not known. Given Name: Tiffany Cobb Age: 42 (3/16/1976)Occupation: Music - Singer Most Famous For: Hit 'em Up Style (Oops!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.It eventually became one of the most successful singles of the year in Europe, Australia, South Africa, and several other countries worldwide.