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Pabllo Vittar

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Alibi (with Pabllo Vittar & Yseult) Sevdaliza, Pabllo Vittar, Yseult 02:41
São Amores Pabllo Vittar 02:55
Oh The Glamour (feat. Eden Prince) Aluna, MNEK, Pabllo Vittar, Eden Prince 03:21
Follow Me Pabllo Vittar, Rina Sawayama 02:57
Sua Cara (feat. Anitta & Pabllo Vittar) Major Lazer, Anitta, Pabllo Vittar 02:47
Me Usa Pabllo Vittar 04:00
AMEIANOITE Pabllo Vittar, Gloria Groove 02:45
10/10 PRISCILLA, Pabllo Vittar 02:16
Nas Ondas do Rádio Pabllo Vittar 02:50
Rubi Pabllo Vittar, Will Love 02:13

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Pabllo Vittar at Auditório Araújo Vianna (September 13, 2024)
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Singer and drag artist Pabllo Vittar was born Phabullo Rodrigues da Silva in São Luís, Maranhão, Brazil on November 1, 1994. He first came to the public's attention in 2014 after performing a version of Whitney Houston's “I Have Nothing” on a Brazilian TV show. A year later, Pabllo Vittar’s rendition of Major Lazer's “Lean On” - re-worked in Portuguese and retitled “Open Bar” - quickly accrued more than a million social media hits and the artist's rise to fame was under way. In 2017, Pabllo Vittar released his debut solo album, Vai Passar Mai, along with the single “Todo Dia.” The single featured some controversial lyrics which became notorious when featured at the religious-oriented Brazilian Carnival. The song “K.O.” was the third single to be taken from the album and it was this song which projected him into the international spotlight after it received more than 320 million spins on social media. In 2018, he issued her second album, Não Para Não, which included the singles “Problea Seu,” “Disk Me,” and “Não Vou Deitar.” The album was a big success and led to Pabllo Vittar performing in pride festivals across the United States and Canada. His third album, 111, was released in 2020 and featured the single “Parabéns.” In 2021, he released the album Batidão Tropical, which was followed later that year by the live album I am Pabllo. His fifth studio album, Noitada, was released in 2023 and included the singles “Descontrolada,” “A Meia Noite,” and “Cadeado.” Later that year, Pabllo Vittar issued the remix compilation, After, which was followed the next year by Batidão Tropical Vol. 2, a sequel to his 2021 album. Over the course of his career, Pabllo Vittar’s hit singles have been adopted as unofficial anthems for Brazil's LGBTQ+ communities and he has done much to highlight diversity in a country which has been seen as becoming less tolerant in its attitude to minorities. Pabllo Vittar has become the most popular drag queen in the world, surpassing previous record holder RuPaul.