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Anitta Makes History as First Artist to Achieve 100 #1 Songs on iTunes Brazil

by Talia M.
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Anitta, the Brazilian sensation, has once again made history in the music world as her latest track, “Savage Funk,” stormed to the top of the iTunes Brazil charts, solidifying her status as the first artist ever to achieve 100 number one hits on the platform in the country.

With “Savage Funk” reigning supreme on iTunes, Anitta’s dominance in the Brazilian music scene is unparalleled, showcasing her unwavering influence and popularity among listeners. This monumental achievement not only underscores her immense talent but also highlights her remarkable connection with her fans.

But the groundbreaking success doesn’t stop there for Anitta. Her album “Funk Generation” has made waves on Spotify, with a staggering debut of 10,783,158 streams on the Brazilian chart. This marks her biggest album debut to date in the country, surpassing her previous record set by “Versions of Me” with 6 million streams.

In addition to her album’s phenomenal reception, Anitta also achieved a personal milestone with her highest streaming day on Spotify, amassing a remarkable 18,264,484 million streams in a single day. This unprecedented feat further cements her position as one of the most streamed artists globally.

Furthermore, Anitta’s impact extends beyond Brazil, as “Funk Generation” secured the third spot among the biggest female Latin album debuts on Spotify in 2024. Despite fierce competition, Anitta’s magnetic blend of funk and pop resonated strongly with audiences, solidifying her place among music’s elite.


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