Pabllo Vittar shines on the cover of Rolling Stone
“I’M VERY PROUD OF WHO I AM”
“A DRAG UP ON THE STAGE IN THE COUNTRY THAT MOST KILLS LGBTS IN THE WORLD: THAT MEANS EVERYTHING“
The January edition of the Rolling Stone magazine came up celebrating the huge success of Pabllo Vittar in 2017 – mixing pop music with Brazilian musical styles.
“My pop will always be the popular pop, that style that people likes to listen to. My next album will certainly have forró (Brazilian music genre that originated in Northeastern of Brazil), but will be different from my first album. This is who I am, you know? It’s forró mixed with techno and an uptempo pop”, she says.
The magazine also highlights that, even with all the public acceptance and success, it remains difficult to face the discrimination for being a drag queen.
“Nowadays, it’s easy for me because I’m very proud of who I am. The worst is the hate that comes when I’ve done nothing to a person, nothing to anyone to judge me, and they point or laugh at me.”
Pabllo’s debut album, “Vai Passar Mal”, was considered by Rolling Stone the #8 Best Brazilian Album of 2017. Additionally, the list of the Best Brazilian Tracks, according to the magazine, has “K.O.” as the #3 Best Track of the Year, stating Pabllo Vittar as a massive popular artist.