"Heartbroken" is the debut single by British record producer T2. It was written by British singer Jodie Aysha, who also provides the vocals. The song spent five weeks at number two on the UK Singles Chart, behind Leona Lewis's "Bleeding Love".
|Single by T2 featuring Jodie Aysha|
|Released||12 November 2007|
|Label||All Around the World|
|T2 singles chronology|
Jodie Aysha wrote "Heartbroken" in 2004, aged just 15, inspired by her sister's break-up with her boyfriend. After meeting T2 later that year, Jodie showed him her lyrics and he recorded them at his apartment in Leeds. In 2006, he remixed her vocals to create a song in the style of bassline, a music genre similar to UK garage that was popular in Yorkshire at the time.
|CD single / digital download EP 1|
|3||WAWA Club Mix||7:52|
|4||Thomas Gold Mix||7:41|
|5||Wideboys London Mix||6:17|
|6||WAWA Radio Edit||3:19|
|Digital download EP 2|
|3||Filthy Rich Mix|
|4||Matic Pro Mix|
|5||Wideboys Up Norf Mix|
|Digital download EP 3 (iTunes exclusive)|
|2||Wideboys Radio Edit|
|3||Filthy Rich Mix|
|5||WAWA Dub Mix|
|12" vinyl single|
|1||Extended Club Mix|
|2||WAWA Club Mix|
|1||Wideboys London Mix|
|2||Wideboys Up Norf Mix|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Silver||200,000^|
^shipments figures based on certification alone
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- "End Of Year Charts: 2007" (PDF). UKChartsPlus. Retrieved 22 June 2018.
- "British single certifications – T2 Ft Jodie – Heartbroken". British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 20 April 2018. Select singles in the Format field. Select Silver in the Certification field. Type Heartbroken in the "Search BPI Awards" field and then press Enter.
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