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8 Brazilian Artists You Should Be Listening to Right Now

Get in the Carnaval mood!


In honor of Carnaval taking place across Brazil in the next few days, here are some Brazilian bangers to get you in the festive mood!

1. Anitta

Anitta is the hands down the biggest artist in Brazil at the moment. Every Brazilian knows and LOVES Anitta. She sings in Portuguese, Spanish, and English; and many of these songs feature famous artists such as Major Lazer, J Balvin, Diplo, Alesso, Maluma, and Poo Bear. She's a talented singer, an incredible dancer, and such a beautiful person (inside and out). Even though she's becoming an international star, she never leaves her Brazilian roots behind. Jam out Brazilian style with one of Anitta's biggest hits "Veneno!"

2. Pabllo Vittar

Pabllo Vittar is absolutely EVERYTHING. This Brazilian singer/drag queen is truly a beam of sunshine. Not only does Pabllo sing and dance, but her looks are always flawless! Pabllo Vittar has collaborated with Major Lazer, Anitta, Diplo, Charli XCX, and many more. Here is her most famous song "KO" (make sure you have room to dance when you press play!)

3. Kevinho

Kevinho may seem like any other Brazilian Funk artist, but he is much more than that. He rose to fame extremely quickly and continuously makes hit songs like no other. He collaborates with a lot of Brazilian artists and always makes sure he says his iconic expression "Cê acredita?!" ("Can you believe it?!") in every song. Here is one of his latest hits, "Agora é Tudo Meu!"

4. Ludmilla

Ludmilla makes Brazilian Funk BOPS. Her most famous song "Cheguei" is guaranteed to get stuck in your head!

5. Melim

Melim is a group of three siblings making music to soothe the soul. Their acoustic pop vibes and beautiful lyrics make for great mood-boosters! Make sure to listen to their most recent hit, "Ouvi Dizer!"

6. Lexa

Lexa is a rising funk artist who makes catchy and fun music (perfect for Carnaval!) Her songs will ALWAYS get stuck in your head. Twerk it out to her latest song, "Só Depois do Carnaval!"

7. IZA

IZA rose to fame after her covers of artists such as Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Sam Smith went viral on YouTube. Now she is a thriving QUEEN. She owns the stage like no other! Here's her most popular song "Pesadão."

8. Alok

Alok has become the most prominent and most well-known Brazilian DJ in history. He has won several awards and has made international appearances, a first for Brazilian DJs. Every one of his songs are so fun to dance to! Here is one of his most famous songs "Hear Me Now."

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