Anitta (singer)

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Anitta in 2018
Larissa de Macedo Machado

(1993-03-30) 30 March 1993 (age 29)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • dancer
  • actress
  • businesswoman
  • director
Years active2010–present
Thiago Magalhães
(m. 2017; div. 2018)
Musical career

Larissa de Macedo Machado (born 30 March 1993),[2] known professionally as Anitta, is a Brazilian singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, businesswoman and TV presenter.[3][4] She rose to national fame with the release of her single "Show das Poderosas" in 2013.[5][6][7]

After achieving commercial success with her debut single "Meiga e Abusada" in 2012, she signed a recording contract with Warner Music Brazil in January 2013.[8] In July of the same year, she released her self-titled debut album which produced four successful singles and was certified platinum in Brazil.[5] Her second studio album, Ritmo Perfeito (2014), also achieved commercial success in the country,[9] and was accompanied by the release of her first live album Meu Lugar, on the same day.[9][10] In 2015, she released her third studio album entitled Bang, which was certified platinum and spawned four successful singles "Deixa Ele Sofrer", the title track "Bang", "Essa Mina é Louca" and "Cravo e Canela". The album played a crucial role on establishing her almost dominant position in Brazilian pop music.

Between 2016 and 2018, Anitta embarked on numerous collaborations with artists such as Nile Rodgers, Maluma, Iggy Azalea, Major Lazer, Alesso and J Balvin, among others. In 2017, she released her first Spanish song "Paradinha", which catapulted her partial transition to Spanish-language Latin pop and reggaeton music. Her collaboration on the same year with Colombian singer J Balvin "Downtown", became her breakthrough song in several Spanish-speaking countries. In 2019, she joined several collaborations with artists such as Madonna, Sofía Reyes, Rita Ora, Luis Fonsi, Ozuna and Black Eyed Peas. She later received critical acclaim for her trilingual fourth studio visual album, Kisses (2019), which earned her a nomination for the Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Music Album. In March 2022, her Spanish single "Envolver" released by late 2021, from her fifth studio album Versions of Me (2022), topped the Global Top 50 chart on Spotify, making Anitta the first Brazilian artist and the first Latin artist with a solo song to do so.[11]

Anitta was named by the Associação Paulista de Críticos de Arte (APCA) as the revelation of the year in music in 2013. She has received numerous accolades and several nominations at the Latin Grammy Awards, Latin American Music Awards, Billboard Latin Music Awards and Premios Lo Nuestro awards. Anitta has won five MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Brazilian Act, and became the first Brazilian artist to win the award for Best Latin American Act.[12] In 2017, she was ranked as one of the most influential celebrities in social media according to Billboard.[13][14][15]

Early life[edit]

Anitta was born Larissa de Macedo Machado in Rio de Janeiro,[7][16] the youngest daughter of Míriam Macedo and Mauro Machado;[17] her brother Renan Machado serves as her artistic producer. Her mother raised the two children by herself in the poor community of Honório Gurgel.[18][19]

She began her career at 8 years old singing in the choir of Santa Luzia Church in Rio de Janeiro by the intervention of her maternal grandparents.[7] At 11 years old, with the allowance she got, she decided to take English classes. She later received dance lessons provided by her mother's teacher. At 16, she finished a course in administration at a technical school in Rio de Janeiro.[16][20] A year later, she decided to pursue an artistic career. That same year, she was the winner of the "Revelation of Music" award.[21]

Anitta's stage name was inspired by the character Anita, from TV Globo TV series Presença de Anita.[7] She thought the character "amazing" because "[she] could be sexy without looking vulgar, girl and woman at the same time".[7][12]


2012–2013: Debut album and initial success[edit]

In 2010, Anitta was invited by funk carioca producer Renato Azevedo (known as Batutinha) to perform some tests after he saw one of her videos singing. After being approved, she signed with independent recording label Furacão 2000. That same year she released her first song on radio stations in Rio de Janeiro, the promotional single "Eu Vou Ficar", which was included on the Armagedom DVD, released by Furacão 2000. Advised by her producer, she decided to put another "t" in the stage name.[16][22] A year later, the song "Fica Só Olhando" was included on the second version of the DVD.[23]

Her first televised appearance was on May 16, 2012 on TV program Cante se Puder, on SBT, where she sang "Exttravasa", a song by Claudia Leitte, inside a beer cup.[24] In June 2012 she signed to company K2L.[25]

In January 2013, due to the success of the song "Meiga e Abusada" in Rio de Janeiro, Anitta signed a recording contract with Warner Music Group.[16][22] "Meiga e Abusada" became one of the most requested songs in Brazilian radio stations in early 2013. A music video for the song was recorded in Las Vegas, and directed by American director Blake Farber, who has worked with Beyoncé.[22] Her debut, self-titled debut album was released in June 2013.[26]

The music video for the song "Show das Poderosas" received considerable attention by the media in May 2013, becoming the most watched music video on YouTube in Brazil, surpassing 160 million views. Also helping to music, which remained for weeks at the top of the best selling in iTunes Brazil, and making it the third most played song on the radio in the country in 2013.[19] At the time, the singer's booking was estimated at $10.000 per concert[26]

2014–2015: Meu Lugar and Ritmo Perfeito[edit]

Anitta during a concert in February 2015

Sales to the tickets for the recording of her first live album went on sale in November 2013.[27] The event took place in Rio de Janeiro at HSBC Arena on February 15, 2014 and was attended by about 10,000 people.[28] The album was previously titled Fantástico Mundo de Anitta,[29] but was later renamed to Meu Lugar with the release of the song "Quem Sabe" on iTunes.[30] The song "Blá Blá Blá" was released as the lead single from the album on March 23, 2014.[31] It was a success, reaching number two on the Hot 100 Airplay chart in Brazil.[32] The album was released on June 4, 2014, just a day after the release of her second studio album, Ritmo Perfeito.

The second single from the project was a song featuring rapper Projota titled "Cobertor", which reached number 43 on Brazilian charts.[33] The following single "Na Batida" was released in July 2014. Its music video reached 1 million views on YouTube after just 24 hours.[34] It was also a success on charts, peaking at number four on the Hot 100 Airplay chart.[35] Other singles released from the album were "Ritmo Perfeito" and "No Meu Talento", featuring MC Guimê.[36] In April 2014, she made her acting debut as Helena Boccato on comedy film Copa de Elite.[37] In August 2014, she founded her own management company, Rodamoinho Produções Artísticas. In December, she also starred as goddess Solaris on television film Didi e o Segredo dos Anjos.[38]

2015–2016: Bang and collaborations[edit]

Anitta with singers Caetano Veloso (left) and Gilberto Gil (right) performing at the 2016 Summer Olympics opening ceremony

Her third studio album Bang was released in October 2015. It was elected by Billboard Brasil as one of the most anticipated albums of the year.[39] Its album cover art was signed by Giovanni Bianco, the same designer of American singer Madonna.[40] Bang debuted at number three on the Brazilian albums chart with 40,000 copies sold at its first week.[41] The album has sold 300,000 copies as of May 2016, surpassing sales of her debut album, which has sold 170,000 copies.[42] It was also certified Platinum by the Associação Brasileira de Produtores de Discos (ABPD).[43] The first single of the album, "Deixa Ele Sofrer", which was released on July 16, 2015 and reached the top of the iTunes Brazil chart.[44] The song also made Anitta the first Brazilian singer to occupy the top of Spotify Brazil.[45]

The following single, "Bang", was also a success, staying at number one on iTunes and Spotify for several days, and its music video becoming an international viral video and receiving over 320 million views on YouTube.[5][46] Other singles released from the album were "Essa Mina É Louca" and "Cravo e Canela".[16] In October 2015, the artist won the EMA Worldwide Act Latin America, being the first Brazilian artist to win the award.[12] A collaboration with Jota Quest and Nile Rodgers, entitled "Blecaute", was released in November 2015.[47][48]

In 2016, Anitta made her debut as a TV hostess on the third season of Multishow program Música Boa Ao Vivo.[49] The singer was also featured on a remix of the song "Ginza", by singer J Balvin.[5] In August 2016, she released a single titled "Sim ou Não" featuring Colombian singer Maluma, and performed at the 2016 Summer Olympics opening ceremony along with singers Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil after the parade of delegations.[50] The next month, she signed a contract with talent agency William Morris Endeavor.[51] In November 2016, she won the Best Brazilian Act category at the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards.[52]

In 2016 was also released the video game Just Dance 2017, which featured her single "Bang" as one of more than 40 tracks. On October 25, 2016, Ubisoft Brazil shot a flash mob in Avenida Paulista (São Paulo), where many people danced to the routine of the game in order to promote the new instalament of the series. Ubisoft also promoted an exclusive pocket show with the singer for the release of the game. There, the singer danced to her track in game. Meanwhile, interviews were released with Anitta talking about her song in the game[53] and "Bang" was selected for the digital qualifications of Just Dance 2016 World Cup.

2017–2018: Checkmate, Solo, international success and collaborations[edit]

Anitta performing at Citibank Hall in São Paulo, October 2017

In January 2017, the singer was featured on singles including "Loka", by female duo Simone & Simaria, and "Você Partiu Meu Coração", by Nego do Borel also featuring Wesley Safadão.[54][55] In May 2017, "Switch", a collaboration with Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, became her first single in English to be released.[56] The same month, she released a single in both Portuguese and Spanish titled "Paradinha".[57] In June of the same year, the American group Major Lazer released "Sua Cara", along with her and drag queen singer Pabllo Vittar. The song is part of the band's fourth EP, Know No Better. In a matter of a few hours, the audio work exceeded the mark of 5 million views on YouTube.[58] After its release, the song became an international hit, appearing as one hundred most played in Global Spotify,[59] and spent more than five weeks on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Songs chart, making it the only Portuguese-language song in the United States.[60] The music video was also a hit, reaching more than 20 million views in one day.[61]

Anitta at the 'Combatchy' party, November 2017

On September 3, Anitta released her first English-language single "Will I See You", a collaboration with Grammy award-winning producer and songwriter Poo Bear.[62] It was the first song of the singer's project entitled CheckMate, in which she would release a new song a month. On October 13, in partnership with Swedish DJ Alesso, Anitta released the second song from CheckMate, titled "Is That for Me".[63] On November 19, the singer released, in her second collaboration with J Balvin, another track from the CheckMate project, "Downtown". The composition became an international success, entering in the "Top 50 Global", list of the 50 most executed songs in the world, making Anitta the first Brazilian to appear in the ranking.[64] On December 18, 2017, Anitta released a new single, "Vai Malandra", featuring MC Zaac, Maejor, Tropkillaz and DJ Yuri Martins; this was the fourth and last song from the CheckMate project.[65]

In January 2018, another collaboration with J Balvin, "Machika", was released.[66] Two months later, she released another single in Spanish, titled "Indecente".[67] In April, she debuted her new TV show on Multishow titled Anitta Entrou no Grupo. In June, she performed at Rock in Rio festival in Lisbon.[66] She also made concerts in nightclubs in Paris and London as part of the Made in Brazil tour.[68][69] The same month, she released a single titled "Medicina".[70] "Medicina" featured her for the second time in the Just Dance series with two exclusive routines for the same track.[71] The latest one was presented at Just Dance 2019 World Cup in Brasil.[72] In September, she was featured on a single by production duo Seakret, "Perdendo a Mão", featuring Jojo Maronttinni.[73] Later that same month, she debuted as one of the coaches on La Voz... México.[74] The next month, she was featured on Colombian singer Greeicy Rendón's single "Jacuzzi".[75] In November, Anitta released a multilingual extended play (EP) titled Solo, which has three songs in different languages, among them "Veneno" and "Não Perco Meu Tempo". Anitta also announced that all songs on the EP would have their respective music videos, which were released simultaneously on the same date as the EP and was the subject of a Shots Studios-produced docu-series titled Vai Anitta, which aired on Netflix.[76][77][78]

2019: Kisses and Brasileirinha[edit]

The year 2019, in Anitta's career, was marked by musical partnerships and participation in tracks by other singers.

In February 2019, the artist released five songs: "Terremoto" (whose music video is based on "I'm Still in Love with You" by Sean Paul.[79]) with Kevinho; "Bola Rebola" (single similar to "Vai Malandra") with Tropkillaz, J Balvin and MC Zaac; a re-recording of "Zé do Caroço" with producers Jetlag; "Te Lo Dije" with Natti Natasha and "Favela Chegou" with Ludmilla. On March 15, the song "R.I.P." Mexican Sofía Reyes with participation of Brazilian and British Rita Ora.

On April 5, the singer's fourth studio album, entitled Kisses, was released. It was her first visual and trilingual album.[80][81] In the United States, the album reached the fourth position on the Latin Pop Albums and number 16 on the Top Latin Albums charts.[82][83] In Spain, the album reached forty-sixth position on the PROMUSICAE list. The album's lead single, "Poquito", with American rapper Swae Lee, was released in conjunction with the album.[84]

Anitta is present in the soundtrack of the film UglyDolls that was released in April of the same year. The singer appears on the track "Ugly" which was recorded in three languages: English, Spanish and Portuguese.[85]

On June 14 Madonna launches Madame X, where Anitta participates in the track Faz Gostoso, a re-recording by Portuguese singer Blaya.[86]

Anitta again partnered with Major Lazer, - the first in 2017 on the song "Sua Cara" - this time on "Make It Hot", a track released on June 19 and featured on the group's Music Is the Weapon album.[87] On June 21, the song "Pa 'lante" was released along with Alex Sensation and Luis Fonsi.[88] On July 11, "Muito Calor" was launched, a partnership between Anitta and the singer Ozuna. The song was part of the singer's third studio album, entitled Nibiru, but was removed for reasons that have not been clarified. On September 6, the partnership between Anitta and Léo Santana, "Contatinho", was launched. The song was recorded live, as the opening song of Léo Santana's DVD, called Levada do Gigante. Still in September, on the 30th, together with the group Black Eyed Peas, they released the single "Explosion".

On October 4, she collaborated with the singer Vitão, "Complicado".[89] Anitta recorded the song "Pantera" for the soundtrack to the movie Charlie's Angels, released in October.[90] In the same month, the artist started the Brasileirinha project, which had released songs in Portuguese only until December. The first single released was the song "Some Que Ele Vem Atrás" in partnership with the singer Marília Mendonça, the music video was recorded live during the 26th edition of the Brazilian Music Multishow Award. "Combatchy" was released in November as a second single, the song features singers Lexa, Luísa Sonza and MC Rebecca. On November 23, she participated in the opening show of the Copa Libertadores de América Final that took place in Peru alongside Colombian singer Sebástian Yatra and Argentine singers Fito Páez and Tini, performing the song "Y Dale Alegría A Mi Corazón". The third single from the Brasileirinha project, "Meu Mel", in partnership with the trio Melim, was released on December 13; "Até o Céu", a duet with MC Cabelinho and the last track of the project, was made available on December 20.[91]

In June 2020, Anitta signed a recording contract with Warner Records[92] in the U.S., ahead of her U.S. debut album expected to release later in 2020. The album will be executive produced by Ryan Tedder.[93]

2020–present: Television and Versions of Me[edit]

In January 2020, she released the single "Jogação" with the band Psirico. The music video for the song was recorded live during "Ensaio da Anitta", a show that took place at Espaço das Américas, in São Paulo. The following month, the singer released the song "Rave de Favela" in partnership with the Brazilian singer MC Lan and the American group Major Lazer. Anitta also participated in the songs "Contando Lunares" by Spanish singer Don Patricio, "Joga Sua Potranca" by Brazilian DJ Gabriel do Borel and "Dança Assim" by Angolan musician Preto Show. Still in February, the singer participated in four episodes of the telenovela Amor de Mãe on TV Globo, playing Sabrina, a fan of the character Ryan (Thiago Martins), who ends up getting involved with him. During the social isolation due to the pandemic of COVID-19, Anitta premiered in May directly from her home the program Anitta Dentro da Casinha, broadcast by the channel Multishow. Anitta prepares her first album all in English (the fifth overall), after the trilingual bet on Kisses (2019). The singer confirmed that she has thirty songs ready and is currently selecting the tracks that will make her album, along with American businessman Brandon Silverstein. Ryan Tedder, lead singer of the band OneRepublic worked on the executive production of the disc, he is known for having worked on songs with Adele, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, among others. In an interview with Veja magazine, he said: “She understands the global culture and is prepared for the American market. Everyone in Los Angeles and New York wants to work with Anitta”. The information on the new album had been circulated on the internet in a post in the singer's biography on the website of S10 Entertainment, Silverstein's company, but after the news spread to the singer's fans the information was removed from the site.

In August 2020, Anitta released her first single in Italy with Fred de Palma, "Paloma" which became one of the most shamaz'ed songs of the month in the country. In August 2020 she was also featured on WC No Beat's album on a track called "Cena de Novela" alongside Djonga & PK and also featured on the trap song "Tá Com o Papato" of Papatinho with Dfideliz & BIN.[94]

On September 18, 2020, Anitta started a new era in her international career, launching "Me Gusta", in partnership with Cardi B and Myke Towers. The song reached 17th position on the iTunes chart in the United States.[95]

On 3 January 2022, it was announced that Anitta had signed a worldwide publishing agreement with Sony Music Publishing.[96][97] Her Spanish single "Envolver" released by late 2021, topped the Global Top 50 on Spotify in March 2022, making Anitta the first Brazilian artist and the first Latin artist with a solo song to do so.[98] It also become the most streamed song in a single-day in 2022 (7.278 million) at the time. On 31 March 2022, Anitta announced her fifth studio album, Versions of Me, would be released on 12 April.[99] On July 6, 2022, Argentine singer Tini released "La Loto", a collaboration with Anitta and American singer Becky G, which served as the seventh single from Tini's upcoming fourth album.[100] In the same month, she got her first nomination at the MTV Video Music Awards for "Envolver" in the "Best Latin" category, making her the first Brazilian artist to be nominated at the ceremony in 19 years,[101] also, MTV confirmed her as performer of the show.[102]


Musical style[edit]

Mariah Carey was cited by Anitta as her greatest musical influence.

Anitta's music is generally pop,[103][104] and Latin pop,[105] but she also incorporates R&B,[106] dance-pop,[107] electropop,[108] EDM,[108] reggae,[109] and reggaeton.[110]


Anitta cites as her greatest influences the singers Mariah Carey, Beyoncé, Shakira[111] and Rihanna.[112][113]

Of course I have my inspirations, I love it, I grew up listening to Mariah Carey, Rihanna. I love Beyoncé with passion, who has no way, the whole of Brazil, the whole world is a fan. So we do have our references, always. And it's super important for you to have an inspiration. (…) I really enjoy looking at my divas. ” (in Portuguese)

— Anitta about her influences.[114]

During the production of her second album, Anitta quoted Katy Perry as influencing the new tracks.[115] Other references cited by the singer also include the group Pussycat Dolls,[116] and such singers as Madonna,[117] Britney Spears, Kate Nash and Colbie Caillat.[118] Among Brazilian pop artists, she was influenced by girl group Rouge.[119][120] During an interview for the G1, Anitta mentioned the MPB singers Gal Costa and Caetano Veloso for always being renewed and risking themselves in other styles.[118]

For The Line od Best Fit she revelead nine songs that inspired her. Among the artists she cited Mariah Carey, Luis Miguel, Beyoncé, Sean Paul, Nina Simone, CeCe Peniston, Flyleaf, Belle and Sebastian, Funk Como Le Gusta and Selena.[121]

Public image[edit]

Anitta in the Coca-Cola Jeans parade in November 2014

Soon after reaching stardom, Anitta was described as a sex symbol by the media.[122][123] In 2015, she was voted the sexiest woman by VIP magazine readers.[124] She believes that by working "with the sensuality thing", her artwork is not taken seriously by a part of the critics and the public. The singer expressed her frustration by saying, "[...] people think you have no talent, no intelligence. I can be intelligent and have the will to be sensual."[125]

When she was elected "Woman of the Year" by the Brazilian edition of GQ magazine in 2017, she made a feminist speech.[126] She was vocal about how different is the treatment for female artists.

The singer was listed by Vogue magazine as one of the 100 most influential and creative people in the world. Anitta was chosen for the ranking because of her "positivity engagement around the body illustrated by the affirmative choice to display her untold image in the "Vai Malandra" music video.[127][128]

Anitta is one of the most influential celebrities in social networks. In June 2017, it appeared in the Social 50 ranking of the North American Billboard like the 15th most influential artist of the world in the social networks,[129][130] repeating, among other times, its appearance in December, when it was in the tenth position.[131][132] In March 2018, she won the iHeart Music Awards in the Social Star category.[133]

Anitta is an ambiental activist and is actively vocal about the crimes committed against the Amazon forest and its native indigenous population.[134][135]

Anitta in 2015.

During the 2018 Brazilian elections, the singer publicly posted a video for the #EleNão (#NotHim) campaign, against leading Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro.[136] Since then she's been vocal against him and his government.[137]

After achieving success, Anitta associated its image with several brands.[138] Often referred to as a "marketing case,"[139] Anitta said she feels praised when she is described as such. She explained: "I'm happy when I see people believe that I'm a marketing case because I'm the one who does my marketing. I studied marketing, I graduated in pre-college administration, I had a marketing class, all my marketing I'm the one who plans, I do it,[140] I feel praised when I see people saying that."[140] She also described as" co-branding "her strategy of partnering with foreign artists to lead their work to other markets.[141]

Anitta wore more colorful printed dresses early in her career, with cropped top combinations, short jeans and plaid blouses and caps. After the release of the album Bang (2015), the style of the singer began to make references to pop art. She has already stated that she likes to wear clothes from the brands Moschino[142] and Givenchy. In an interview with, she said, "Being stylish is having an attitude, having an uncommon sense of being authentic, having style is having a good mood."[143]

Personal life[edit]

Anitta is bisexual and identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community.[144][145] She dated Mr. Thug, the lead vocalist of Bonde da Stronda, from early 2011 until the end of 2012.[146][147][148] The singer also had a relationship with her dancer Ohana Lefundes,[149] with the doctor Pamela Tosatti[149] and with the actor and model Pablo Morais.[150] On November 17, 2017, she married businessman Thiago Magalhães, with whom she had been in contact since May of the same year. The couple officialized the union under total separation of goods.[151][152][153][154][155] They announced their separation in September 2018.[156] From June 2019, she was dating Pedro Scooby,[157] until their breakup in August 2019.[158] She also began dating Gabriel David in February 2020, but they broke up in April that year.[159][160] One month later, she began dating television host Gui Araújo,[161][162] until they broke up in June of that year.[163] On June 12, 2022, Dia dos Namorados (Lovers' Day) in Brazil, Anitta revealed that she is dating Canadian record producer Murda Beatz.[164]

In an interview for Trip magazine in 2017, she stated that if she did not pursue her artistic career, she would "be a happy psychologist".[165]

In January 2019, after watching the documentary Cowspiracy (2014), she started transitioning to veganism.[166] PETA named her one of the Most Beautiful Vegan Celebrities of 2022, along with singer/songwriter Lenny Kravitz.[167]




This is a chronologically-ordered list of films and television shows in which Anitta has appeared.[5]


Title Year Role Ref.
Copa de Elite 2014 Helena Boccato [168]
Didi e o Segredo dos Anjos 2014 Goddess Soláris
Breaking Through 2015 Herself [169]
Meus 15 Anos 2017 Herself
Minha Vida em Marte 2018 Herself [170]
Hitpig 2022 Letícia dos Anjos [171]


Title Year Role(s) Channel Notes Ref.
Amor à Vida 2013 Herself TV Globo Episode: "December 12, 2013" [172]
Sai do Chão 2014 Host TV Globo Episode: "January 19, 2014" [173]
Dança dos Famosos 2014 Participant TV Globo Season 11 [174]
Vai Que Cola 2014 Anitta (fictional version) Multishow Episode: "As Poderosas"
Episode: "Ausência de Anitta"
Alto Astral 2015 Herself TV Globo Episode: "May 4, 2015" [176]
Osmar the First Slice of the Loaf 2015 Pãonitta Gloob Episode: "Show das Pãoderosas" [177]
Tomara que Caia 2015 Policial Pereira TV Globo Episode: "July 19, 2015" [178]
TVZ 2015–18 Special Host Multishow Episode: "October 9, 2015"
Episode: "January 14, 2016"
Episode: "October 31, 2016"
Episode: "October 12, 2018"
Música Boa Ao Vivo 2016–17 Host Multishow Season 3–4
Chacrinha, o Eterno Guerreiro 2017 Herself Canal Viva Special of 100 years of Chacrinha
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2017 NBC Musical Guest: "May 25, 2017" [182]
Adnight Show 2017 TV Globo Episode: "December 14, 2017"
Anitta Entrou no Grupo 2018–19 Host Multishow [183]
La Voz... México 2018 Judge Las Estrellas Season 7 [184]
Clube da Anittinha 2018–present Anittinha Gloob Original voice
Vai Anitta 2018 Herself Netflix Docuserie [185]
Amor de Mãe 2020 Sabrina TV Globo Episodes: "82, 83, 84 & 85" [186]
Anitta Dentro da Casinha 2020 Host Multishow
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2020 Herself CBS Musical Guest: "August 20, 2020"
Anitta: Made in Honório 2020 Netflix Docuserie
Ilhados com Beats 2021 IGTV Reality show
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2022 NBC Guest: "January 31, 2022"

Awards and nominations[edit]

Latin Grammy Awards[edit]

A Latin Grammy Award is an accolade by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. Anitta has received six nominations.

Year Category Nominated work Result
2014 Best Brazilian Song "Zen" Nominated
2016 Best Urban Fusion/Performance "Pra Todas Elas" (with Tubarão and Maneirinho) Nominated
2018 "Sua Cara" (with Major Lazer & Pabllo Vittar) Nominated
Best Urban Song "Downtown" (with J. Balvin) Nominated
2019 Best Urban Music Album Kisses Nominated
2020 Best Urban Song "Rave de Favela" (with MC Lan, Anitta, BEAM and Major Lazer) Nominated

MTV Europe Music Award[edit]

A MTV Europe Music Award is an accolade by the MTV Europe Music Award to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. Anitta has received four nominations.

Year Category Nominated work Result
2014 Best Brazilian Act Anitta Won
Best Latin American Act Nominated
2015 Won
Best Brazilian Act Won
2016 Won
2017 Won
2018 Won
2019 Nominated
2020 Nominated
2021 Nominated

World records[edit]

Indicates a record that was eventually broken Indicates a now former world record holder
Name of publication, year the record was awarded, name of the record, and the name of the record holder
Publication Year World record Record holder Ref.
Guinness World Records 2022 First solo Latin artist to reach No.1 on Spotify Anitta [187]

Other awards[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2015 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Artist Brazil Anitta Nominated
2016 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Artist Brazil Nominated
Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro Best Singer Won
BreakTudo Awards Female Artist Brazilian Nominated
2017 Prêmio Multishow[188] Best Singer Won
Catchy Song "Loka" Won
Best Song "Sim ou Não" Won
Breakdown Awards[189][190] Female Artist Brazilian Anitta Won
Best Video Won
Best Fans Nominated
Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro Female Artist[191] Won
2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards[192] Social Star Award Won
MTV Millennial Awards México Hit del Año "Downtown" Won
MTV Millennial Awards Video del Año "Machika" Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Music Web Star[193] Anitta Nominated
Latin American Music Awards Favorite Video Medicina Won
ERES México Awards Best Music Video "Downtown" Won
Daf Bama Music Awards Best Female and Best Brazilian Act Anitta Won
ERES México Awards Best singer Won
The GQ Mexico Awards Best international singer Won
The Pop Hub Jingle Bells Awards The Best Latin Star Won
Multishow Brazilian Music Award Best Music Video "Vai Malandra" Won
Melhores do Ano Best singer Anitta Won
2019 Tu Música Urban Awards[194] Best International Female Artist Nominated
International Golden Panther Music Awards Best Brazilian Artist Nominated
The Pop Hub Awards Favorite Latin Star Nominated
Lo Nuestro Awards New artist Nominated
Social Artist of the Year Nominated
Urban Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Billboard Latin Music Awards Social Artist Of The Year Nominated
Best Female Artist Nominated
Best Video "Machika" Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
ASCAP Latin Music Awards Songs of the Year Won
MTV Millennial Awards México Music Of The Year "R.I.P." Nominated
Premios Juventud Choreographies that kill me Nominated
Latin American Music Awards[195] Favorite Video Won
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil Clip of the Year "Banana" Won
Top Music Universe Awards Latin Video Of The Year Nominated
BreakTudo Awards[196] Hit of the Year "Bola Rebola" Nominated
"Terremoto" Nominated
The LUKAS Awards[197] Song of the year "Downtown" Nominated
International artist of the year Anitta Nominated
Concert by international Artist of the year Nominated
2020 Tu Música Urban Awards[198] Best New Generation Female Artist Nominated
BreakTudo Awards Brazilian Female Artist Won
Brazilian Hit "Desce Pro Play (Pa Pa Pa)" Nominated
Latin Hit "Tócame" Won
"Bellaquita" Nominated
Brazilian Music Video "Combatchy" Won
Brazilian Fandom Anitters Nominated
Brazilian Pop Icon Anitta Won
Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite Music Artist Nominated
Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro Best Singer Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil Musical Artist Won
Best National Duet "Combatchy" Won
"Desce Pro Play (Pa Pa Pa)" Nominated
Anthem of the Year Nominated
Fandom Real_Oficial Anitters Nominated
Multishow Brazilian Music Award[199] Best Singer Anitta Nominated
Song of the Year "Desce Pro Play (Pa Pa Pa)" Nominated
Gum Music Nominated
Clipe TVZ "Combatchy" Won
2021 Gold Derby Music Awards Best Latin Artist Anitta Won
Premios Juventud Colaboración OMG [200] Me Gusta (feat Cardi B & Myke Towers) Nominated
NRJ Music Awards [201] Collaboration Francophone de l'année "Mon Soleil" Nominated
2022 MTV Video Music Awards[202] Best Latin "Envolver" Pending


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