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Brazilian singer Anitta has released four studio albums, one live album, two extended play, 46 singles (as main or featured artist) and 66 music videos. Anitta was discovered by music producer DJ Batutinha via YouTube in 2010. She eventually signed a record deal with Warner Music Brazil in 2013 and released her debut album, Anitta, that same year, which reached number one and was certified as a gold album in Brazil. Her debut album also produced four singles, including the commercially successful hits "Show das Poderosas" and "Zen".

Anitta discography
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Anitta performing at a concert in November 2017
Studio albums4
Live albums1
Music videos66
EPs2
Singles46

Ritmo Perfeito (2014) is Anitta's second studio album, which peaked at number two in Brazil and featured five singles, including "Blá Blá Blá", "Na Batida" and "Ritmo Perfeito". In 2015, Anitta released her third studio album, Bang, which became her best-selling album to date, selling over 300,000 copies in Brazil.

In 2016, Anitta began expanding her success to Latin America. That year, she was featured in a remix of J Balvin's hit single "Ginza" and also released "Sim ou Não", a duet with Colombian singer Maluma. Anitta was later featured on Australian rapper Iggy Azalea's single "Switch" and on Major Lazer's "Sua Cara" which also features Pabllo Vittar in 2017. That same year, she released "Paradinha", her first solo single in Spanish.

Contents

AlbumsEdit

Studio albumsEdit

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
(sales threshold)
BRA
[1]
US
Latin

[2]
US
Latin
Pop

[3]
Anitta[4] 1
  • BRA: 170,000[5]
Ritmo Perfeito[4]
  • Released: July 3, 2014
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2
Bang
  • Released: October 13, 2015
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: CD, digital download
3
  • BRA: 300,000[7]
Kisses
  • Released: April 5, 2019
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: CD, digital download
16 4
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Live albumsEdit

List of live albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
BRA
[1]
Meu Lugar[4]
  • Released: June 4, 2014
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2

Extended playsEdit

List of extended plays
Title Details
Tá na Mira
  • Released: April 30, 2013
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: Digital download
Solo
  • Released: November 9, 2018
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: Digital download

SinglesEdit

As lead artistEdit

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
BRA
[9]
ARG
[10]
COL
[11]
ITA
[12]
MEX
[13]
POR
[14]
SPA
[15]
SWI
[16]
US
[17]
US
Latin

[18]
"Meiga e Abusada" 2012 41 Anitta
"Show das Poderosas" 2013 1 [A]
"Não Para" 4
"Zen" 1
"Blá Blá Blá" 2014 3 Meu Lugar
"Cobertor"
(featuring Projota)
43 Ritmo Perfeito
"Na Batida" 4
"Ritmo Perfeito" 2
"No Meu Talento"
(featuring MC Guimê)
2015 14
"Deixa Ele Sofrer" 7 Bang
"Bang" 9
"Essa Mina é Louca"
(featuring Jhama)
2016 5
"Cravo e Canela"
(featuring Vitin)
34
"Sim ou Não" / "Sí o No"
(featuring Maluma)
15 42 Non-album singles
"Paradinha" 2017 3 48 [B] 54
"Is That for Me"
(with Alesso)
41 [C] 53 [D]
  • PMB: 3× Platinum[23]
"Downtown"
(with J Balvin)
33 15 9 [E] 7 8 73 14
"Vai Malandra"
(with Mc Zaac and Maejor featuring Tropkillaz and DJ Yuri Martins)
24 4
"Machika"
(with J Balvin and Jeon)
2018 99 17 1 14 45 32 14 94 116 10 Vibras
"Indecente" 39 [F] 58 Non-album singles
"Medicina" 27 43 41 26 15 [G]
"Jacuzzi"
(with Greeicy)
93 55
"Veneno" [H] 96 24 [I] 19 Solo
"Não Perco Meu Tempo" 35 70
"Mala Mía (Remix)"
(with Maluma and Becky G)
10 16 1 Non-album singles
"Terremoto"
(with Kevinho)
2019 23 4
"Bola Rebola"
(with Tropkillaz, J Balvin and Mc Zaac)
[J] 92 12 [K]
"Poquito"
(with Swae Lee)
46 14 30 51 Kisses
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artistEdit

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
BRA
[9]
ARG
[10]
COL
[11]
IRE
[42]
MEX
[13]
POR
[14]
SPA
[15]
SWI
[16]
US
Dance

[22]
US
Latin

[18]
"Blecaute (Slow Funk)"
(Jota Quest featuring Anitta and Nile Rodgers)
2015 39 Pancadélico
"O Amor Tá Aí"
(among Artists for Neymar Jr. Institute[L])
Non-album single
"Ginza" (Remix)
(J Balvin featuring Anitta)
2016 Energia
"Faz Parte"
(Projota featuring Anitta)
78 3Fs (Ao Vivo)
"Loka"
(Simone & Simaria featuring Anitta)
2017 6
  • PMB: 3× Diamond[6]
Duetos
"Você Partiu Meu Coração"
(Nego do Borel featuring Anitta and Wesley Safadão)
21 53
  • PMB: 2× Diamond[6]
Non-album singles
"Switch"
(Iggy Azalea featuring Anitta)
70
"Sua Cara"
(Major Lazer featuring Anitta and Pabllo Vittar)
49 8 26 Know No Better
"Will I See You"[45][46]
(Poo Bear featuring Anitta)
29 Poo Bear Presents Bearthday Music
"Coladinha em Mim"
(Gustavo Mioto featuring Anitta)
Ao Vivo em São Paulo / SP
"Romance com Safadeza"
(Wesley Safadão featuring Anitta)
2018 14 Non-album single
"Ao Vivo e a Cores"
(Matheus & Kauan featuring Anitta)
13 55 Intensamente Hoje!
"Fica Tudo Bem"
(Silva featuring Anitta)
78 Brasileiro
"Perdendo a Mão"
(Seakret featuring Anitta and Jojo Maronttinni)
Non-album singles
"Eu Não Vou Embora"
(DJ Zullu featuring Anitta and MC G15)
"Zé do Caroço"
(Jetlag featuring Anitta)
2019
"Favela Chegou"
(Ludmilla featuring Anitta)
100 64 Hello Mundo
"Te Lo Dije"
(Natti Natasha featuring Anitta)
IlumiNATTI
"R.I.P."
(Sofía Reyes featuring Rita Ora and Anitta)
41 49 69 10 36 53 56 19 TBA
"Faz Gostoso"
(Madonna featuring Anitta)
Madame X
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singlesEdit

Title Year Album
"Proposta"[49] 2012 Anitta
"Eu Vou Ficar"[50]
"Menina Má"[51]
"Tá na Mira" 2013
"Totalmente Demais"
(featuring Flávio Renegado or Duduzinho)
2015 Bang
"Goals" 2018 Solo
"Ugly" / "Fea" / "Feia" 2019 UglyDolls: Soundtrack

Other charted songsEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
BRA
[9]
POR
[14]
US
Latin

[18]
"Ugly" 2019 [M] UglyDolls: Soundtrack
"Banana"
(with Becky G)
63 [N] Kisses
"Onda Diferente"
(with Ludmilla and Snoop Dogg)
64 49

Music videosEdit

Title Year Director
"Menina Má" 2012 Galerão Filmes[53]
"Meiga e Abusada" Blake Farber[54]
"Show das Poderosas" 2013 Thiago Calviño[55]
"Não Para" Eduardo Magalhães[56]
"Zen" Thiago Calviño[57]
"Blá Blá Blá" (Live) 2014 Raoni Carneiro[58]
"Cobertor" Fred Ouro Preto[59]
"No Meio da Torcida" Cris Winter[60]
"Zen" (Spanish version) Thiago Calviño[61]
"Na Batida" Fred Ouro Preto[62]
"Ritmo Perfeito" Alex Miranda[63][64]
"No Meu Talento" 2015 Alex Miranda[63][64]
"Hoje Eu Sonhei Com Você" N/A[65]
"Blecaute (Slow Funk)" Kaue Mazon[66]
"O Amor Tá Aí" Daniel Romão[67]
"Deixa Ele Sofrer" Gustavo Camacho[68]
"Bang" Bruno Ilogti[69]
"A Menina Dança" Giovanni Bianco[70]
"Essa Mina É Louca" 2016 Bruno Ilogti[71]
"Com Que Roupa?" Paulo Fontenele[72]
"Cravo e Canela" Bruno Ilogti[73]
"Ginza" (Remix) Juan Pablo Valencia[74]
"Faz Parte" Maurício Eça[75]
"RG" Joana Mazzucchelli[76]
"Sim ou Não" Jessy Terrero[77]
"Sí o No" Jessy Terrero[77]
"Loka" 2017 Anselmo Troncoso[78]
"Você Partiu Meu Coração" Mess Santos, Phill Mendonça[79]
"Switch" Rain Sky Films[80]
"Paradinha" Bruno Ilogti[81]
"Sua Cara" Bruno Ilogti[82]
"Will I See You" Manuel Nogueira[83]
"Is That for Me" Manuel Nogueira[84]
"Downtown" (Spotify vertical video) Bruno Ilogti[85]
"Downtown" Bruno Ilogti[86]
"Vai Malandra" Terry Richardson[87]
"Is That for Me" (Remix) 2018 Max Goodrich[88]
"Machika" 36 Grados[89]
"Indecente" Bruno Ilogti[90]
"Romance com Safadeza" Mess Santos[91]
"Ao Vivo e as Cores" Joana Mazzucchelli[92]
"Fica Tudo Bem" Breno Pineschi, Rafael Cazes[93]
"Medicina" 36 Grados[94]
"Medicina" (Spotify vertical video) 36 Grados[95]
"Perdendo a Mão" Junior Bill[96]
"Jacuzzi" João Papa[97]
"Goals" João Papa[98]
"Não Perco Meu Tempo" João Papa[99]
"Veneno" João Papa[100]
"Terremoto" 2019 João Papa[101]
"Zé do Caroço" Gabriela Vedova [102]
"Te Lo Dije" Daniel Duran [103]
"Bola Rebola" Lula Carvalho[104]
"Favela Chegou" (Live) Julio Loureiro[105]
"R.I.P." Eif Rivera[106]
"R.I.P." (Spotify vertical video) Eif Rivera[107]
"Você Mentiu" Fernando Neumayer[108]
"Sin Miedo" Lula Carvalho[109]
"Tu y Yo" Bruno Ilogti[110]
"Get to Know Me" João Papa[111]
"Rosa" Bruno Ilogti[112]
"Juego" João Papa[113]
"Atencíon" João Papa[114]
"Onda Diferente" Lula Carvalho[115]
"Banana" Lula Carvalho[116]
"Poquito" Pedro Molinos[117]
"Poquito" (Spotify vertical video) Pedro Molinos[118]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Show das Poderosas" did not enter the Portuguese chart, but peaked at number 18 on the Portugal Digital Songs chart.
  2. ^ "Paradinha" did not enter the Mexico Airplay chart, but peaked at number 25 on the Mexican Espanol Airplay chart.[20]
  3. ^ "Is That For Me" did not enter the Mexico Airplay chart, but peaked at number 7 on the Mexico Ingles Airplay chart.[21]
  4. ^ "Is That for Me" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 24 on the Billboard Hot/Dance Electronic Songs chart.[22]
  5. ^ "Downtown" did not enter the Mexico Airplay chart, but peaked at number 14 on the Mexican Espanol Airplay chart.[24]
  6. ^ "Indecente" did not enter the Mexico Airplay chart, but peaked at number 48 on the Mexican Espanol Airplay chart.[35]
  7. ^ "Medicina" did not enter the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, but peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart.[36]
  8. ^ "Veneno" did not enter the Brasil Hot 100 Airplay chart, but peaked at number 14 on the Pro-Música Brasil Top 50 Top 50 Streaming chart.[38]
  9. ^ "Veneno" did not enter the Mexico Airplay chart, but peaked at number 18 on the Mexican Espanol Airplay chart.[39]
  10. ^ "Bola Rebola" did not enter the Brasil Hot 100 Airplay chart, but peaked at number 1 on the Pro-Música Brasil Top 50 Streaming chart.[40]
  11. ^ "Bola Rebola" did not enter the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, but peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Latin Digital Song Sales chart.[41]
  12. ^ "O Amor Tá Aí" features vocals from Anitta, Neymar Jr., Alexandre Pires, Thiaguinho, Thaeme & Thiago, Wesley Safadão, Lucas Lucco, Karen K, Jane Santos, Claudia Leitte and Leo Santana
  13. ^ "Ugly" did not enter the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, but peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Latin Digital Pop Song Sales chart.[52]
  14. ^ "Banana" did not enter the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, but peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Latin Digital Song Sales chart.[41]

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