Brazilian music star Anitta hangs out with Barcelona stars including Raphinha, Alejandro Balde, Gavi And Pedri.
And now they have taken a step further with the sponsorship by introducing Brazilian artist Anitta to the Barça orbit.
However, they had also facilitated collaborations with several artists with Brazilian star Anitta being the latest addition.
Anitta who is a renowned singer for hits like ‘Downtown’ featuring Colombian J Balvin and ‘Envolver,’ which had an impressive 500 million plays in just over a year, is the latest artist to become part of the Barça universe.
The Brazilian joins other artists that have worn the Barca shirt including Rosalía, Bryant Myers, Luar La L, and the Catalans Bad Gyal and Mushkaa, among others.
The Spanish side shared the image and video on their social media handles with the caption: “New album cover, @anitta? 😏”
The recent sponsorship raises the possibility of witnessing similar engaging collaborations once again, showcasing the strong alliance between FC Barcelona and Spotify.
Who Is Anitta?
Larissa de Macedo Machado, known professionally as Anitta, is a Brazilian singer, songwriter, television host, and actress and she was born on 30 March, 1993.
The singer rose to national fame with the release of her single “Show das Poderosas” in 2013.
Anitta signed a recording contract with Warner Music Brazil in January 2013 after achieving national commercial success with her debut single “Meiga e Abusada” in 2012.
The Brazilian released her self-titled debut album which produced four hit singles on local charts and was certified platinum in July of the same year.
Anitta’s second studio album, Ritmo Perfeito (2014), also achieved a commercial success in the country, and was accompanied by the release of her first live album Meu Lugar, on the same day.
Anitta went ahead to release her third studio album entitled Bang in 2015, which was certified platinum and spawned four successful singles “Deixa Ele Sofrer”, the title track “Bang”, “Essa Mina é Louca” and “Cravo e Canela”.
Anitta’s album played a crucial role on establishing her as a dominant figure in Brazilian music charts.