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Music Video: How Do I Breathe

Artisit: Mario

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:38

  • Copyright: Mario

Music Video For How Do I Breathe By Artist Mario

Reviews For How Do I Breathe By Artist Mario

  • Great

    5
    By ash999995
    HOTSSS
  • u have no life

    4
    By ur real cool
    ummm wow whoever really has the time to say something mean about this song has no life. um no ur not going to lose ur hearing on a really quiet song. u need to stop
  • Good to see Mario doing his thing again!!!

    3
    By Grape Skittles
    Good video but you must add Do Right to iTunes
  • wow

    5
    By Bossy Crazy
    best eva
  • Amazing

    5
    By Tickle me Pink!
    Amazing song and video!
  • U can feel it

    5
    By Ster323
    No matter what you say about RnB...You can just feel the tension in the video. The lyrics of the song go accordinly with the video. You cant help but feel the words themselves as you watch the video. The song itself is a great song and the video on iTunes is an added bonus. Great song. Great lyrics. Great Video. I bought it and it was worth it.
  • love this song!!!

    1
    By cravecase101
    ok don't get me wrong, this is a great song. i am giving it one star for iTunes. iTunes NEEDS to get more of his videos, they only have 2! they need "Just A Friend 2002", "How Could You". and "Let Me Love You"!!!!!! get them!!!!
  • VERY NICE

    1
    By eats pudding with knife
    if you dont want to lose your hearing DO NOT buy this song/video
  • i luv it

    5
    By Spence
    basically i love this song so much i also had to have the video. if you havnt already bought his single then u betta get on it. its an amazing song beautifully produced and written and shows mario is a force to be reckoned with.
  • Go

    5
    By Jeezy Jr.
    This is the first single off of Mario's upcoming album, Go, which comes out in August. How Do I Breathe is a really great song, and Mario really poured his heart into this song. You can really feel the pain and emotion he is going through during the song. The video is also very creative. During the verses in the video, Mario's is upside down to show the impact this pain is having on him, and how his world has been literally turned upside down. During the chorus, he is back together with the girl and his world turn rightside up again.

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