Anitta said, in an interview with Billboard, that she wants to try new challenges
Anita confirmed plans to retire from singing in six years. In an interview with billboardthe artist stated that she likes new challenges and highlighted the support of the Brazilian public with her international achievements.
“Absolutely, definitely,” he said of ending his career in the next five or six years. She said she loves “change, challenges and trying new things.” Diving once and for all into the world of acting could be the next step for the Brazilian, who mentioned having received invitations to participate in some films.
About the fight to reach the international highlight, the singer – nominated for the Grammy in New artist – recalled: “I really wanted it, because I heard many times that it was impossible. I wanted to prove the opposite, that anyone could do it.”
“[O público no Brasil] supports me a lot. When ‘To involve‘ started to get really big on the charts outside of Brazil, Brazilians were saying, ‘If you love your nation, you should play this song.’ When it reached the Global Top 1, it was like a holiday,” he said of fan support.
Interest in Anitta is 1000% higher than in other nominees on the web
Anita is one of the stars nominated for the Grammy in 2023. The Brazilian singer was nominated in the category New artist next to names like Omar Apollo, Måneskin It is wet leg. Despite the great competitors, the author of “To involve” is the one that most arouses interest in the public on the internet.
At least that’s what research released by global advertising platform MGID shows. According to the report, searches for the Brazilian are 1000% higher compared to the other nominees. list still has DOMi & JD Beck, Muni Long, Samara Joy, Latto, Tobe Nwigwe It is molly tuttle.
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