Pabllo Vittar performs at 9:30 Club on April 30, 2022. (Photo by Katherine Gaines)
Brazilan drag queen Pabllo Vittar launched an international tour this year after the release of her wildly successful fourth album, Batidão Tropical, which debuted as the No. 6 most streamed album globally on Spotify in 2021.
Pabllo Vittar recently visited 9:30 Club as a guest of the regular LGBTQ party Bent, and Katherine Gaines was there to capture the action!
[This text has been adapted from a press release from publicity firm Biz3.]
Pabllo Vittar is currently the most followed drag queen on social media worldwide with 35+ million followers across all platforms. She has starred in campaigns for international brands such as Calvin Klein, Adidas, Coca-Cola, Sky Vodka, and more and has been highlighted by major media outlets such as Billboard, The New York Times, The Guardian, Vogue, Gay Times, Rolling Stone, Paper Magazine, & GQ. With over 3+ billion streams and views combined, Pabllo Vittar has joined forces with international acts, including Major Lazer/Diplo, Anitta, Charli XCX, Thalia, Rina Sawayama, Marina and The Diamonds, Lauren Jauregui, Iggy Azelea, and more!
Watch the official music video for “Follow Me” by Pabllo Vittar featuring Rina Sawayama on YouTube:
Drag queen and singer-songwriter Pabllo Vittar, born Phabullo Rodrigues da Silva, is a 28-year-old Latin Grammy nominee, MTV EMA and MIAW Award-winner, and a “Next Generation Leader,” according to TIME Magazine. In 2017, Pabllo released her debut album Vai Passar Mal that included “K.O.” and “Corpo Sensual,” both peaking No. 1 in the Brazilian market. In 2018, her second album Não Para Não was released and broke the record of the most streamed album on Spotify Brazil in the first 24 hours with all tracks charting on the Spotify Top 40. In 2020, she released 111, her third studio album, and followed that up with Batidão Tropical in 2021.
Here are some photos of Pabllo Vittar performing at 9:30 Club on April 30, 2022. All pictures copyright and courtesy of Katherine Gaines.