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‘Faking Love’ the scorching new single from Anitta

Brazilian global pop superstar Anitta reveals a brand new single and music video entitled “Faking Love” 

Back with another anthem, Brazilian global pop superstar Anitta reveals a brand new single and music video entitled “Faking Love” featuring Saweetie. Listen HERE and watch the official music video HERE.

On the track, a tropical beat quickly picks up momentum with handclaps as Anitta confesses, “I’ve been faking love with you.” She leans into the Caribbean bounce with swagger and style before multi-platinum phenomenon and best friend Saweetie pulls up with a sassy and slick verse. The song stands out as Anitta’s latest English-language single and showcases her dynamic vocal depth once again. For the visual, Anitta recruited the Los Angeles-based director duo of Bradley & Pablo [Dua Lipa, Rosalia]. With a cheeky concept and superbly stylized execution, the video instantly captivates and quickly brings you along for the ride.

Anitta continues to slay and shine brighter than ever. Recently, she took center stage at Billboard’s Latin Music Week for  a wide-ranging interview and she made history as the first Brazilian artist to  perform at the MTV VMAs this year.

Anitta ignited 2021 with the global breakout “Girl From Rio.” To date, it has tallied 100 million total streams with 35 million YouTube views on the music video. It notched her career-first debut on the Top 40 Radio Airplay Chart. In its wake, Variety spoke to her in-depth and predicted, “all signs are pointing toward it being her English-language breakthrough.”

Anitta performed “Girl From Rio” on NBC’s Today Show and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!. She also took the stage at the first-ever televised special of the Latin GRAMMY® Celebra: Ellas Y Su Música on Univision.  “Girl From Rio” incited widespread acclaim, Billboard proclaimed, “Anitta understands how to wrap a classic melody around her finger but inject enough attitude into the track to make it her own,” and Rolling Stone wrote, “The track finds Anitta putting her own spin on the Brazilian bossa nova classic.” And V Magazine predicted, “Anitta’s influence and fanbase already reaches far and wide, and her newest release should serve to give it a big boost.”