Anitta joined Camila Cabelo, on stage in São Paulo this weekend. For special renditions of, “Paradinha” and “Real Friends.” During Cabelos performance at the Z Festival.

“Camila Cabello has proven to be a fan of musicians from all walks of life. Her broad taste has helped her to have great friends… in the mainstream, [and] in the Latin genre.” – Billboard

Continuing with her popularity amongst music lovers in Brazil. Anitta recently surpassed 31 million Instagram followers and 10 million YouTube subscribers.

Last week, Telemundo announced that Anitta, will be coming to the states to perform at the Latin American Music Awards on Oct 25th. Where her song widley preiased current single “Medicina,” is nominated for Favorite Video.

Her widely watch animated preschool series, “Anittinha’s Club.” Is now being developed internationally after undergoing a new look. Conceived by Anitta herself, the series is a set of 10-five-minute episodes. That will focus on topics such as; healthy eating, the environment, sleep time, community engagement and much more. Each episode also features an original song both written and performed by Anitta herself, in animated for of course.

She is the current cover feature for American Airlines “Nexos” Magazine. Inside the feature article, chronicles Anittas early up brining in the outskirts of Rio to her days in business school. As the the most popular singer in all of Brazil, her climb to her current stardom platform was not easy. With moments of doubts along the way, Anitta credits her family for her current success.

(translation): “”For me, the family is everything, and all the success I have is thanks to her.”


She had made a name for herself in her home of Brazil, with songs such as her single “Vai Malandra.” However, it was collaborations with some of the music industries biggest names such as, J Balvin and Alesso. That help gather her international fandom.

(translation): “Is incredible. I do not want to relax, but I feel very comfortable at this stage of my life. I can have fun I am experimenting and trying to win an international audience. But, I’m no longer afraid of failing.”

Alongside host and friend Lele Pons. She continues to help leas La Voz Mexico to No. 1 primetime ratings, every Sunday night. Alonside fellow coaches Maluma, Natalia Jimenezand Carlos Rivera.

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Lidia Mosqueda

Lidia Mosqueda, a graduate from California State University Fullerton, has been a news correspondent for MUSE TV since 2017. She has covered various newsworthy events such as; press junkets, film & tv screenings, premieres, concerts, red carpets and other public events. As a bilingual journalist she has written about various musicians and artists in Latin entertainment, helping to bring attention to many Latin American talent, here in the states. As a journalist in the entertainment field. Her goal is to break down the stereotypes and assumptions that surround entertainment journalism.

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