From Maranhão to the world, the Drag Queen and singer who conquered millions with her talent
From the clubs in Minas Gerais to the UN event in honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s 93th birthday, Pabllo Vittar thrived and today is the most followed drag queen in the world. Born in São Luís / MA, in November 1994, Vittar has in her portfolio two albums, several partnerships and countless dreams to be achieved.
In 2015, the spotlight turned to the star when she launched the hit “Open Bar” in a video clip that won the internet and reached the milestone of 1 million views in a month. “Vai Passar mal”, the first album of her career, came in 2017, the year Pabllo gained even more strength and recognition.
The following year she released hersecond album in studio, “Não Para Não”, which broke record among Brazilian musicians with the best national debut on the streaming platform Spotify, as the most listened album in Brazil in the first 24 hours of its release. “NPN” was also among the top 20 most listened in the world on LastFM and the singles “Problema Seu” and “Disk Me” had their video as the most watched in Brazil.
The great success in Brazil also caught the attention of the international media specialized in music. In September 2018, Pabllo debuted in the “Social 50” ranking of the American magazine Billboard, which points out weekly the most influential artists on social networks in the world.
Pabllo Vittar has collected awards and starred in several brand campaigns and magazine covers. In addition, the singer was featured on Billboard and was the first Brazilian to perform in the project Beauty Secrets, from American Vogue.
Recently, the singer had her first international tour through Latin America and Europe, full of success and crowded houses. She sang at Coachella – California / USA, participated in the seven major LGBTQIA + parades in the United States, and presented a pocket show in the UN honoring Queen Elizabeth II’s 93 years and now releases her first English single with the British singer Charli XCX. The song is part of her third album, named “111”, an allusion to her birthday, with the release of the first part scheduled for 2019.