Who is Luísa Sonza?
Luísa Sonza is a Brazilian singer-songwriter who has made a name for herself in the music industry with her catchy pop songs, collaborations with other artists, and social media presence. She started her career as a YouTube sensation, covering songs by various artists and earning the nickname “Queen of Covers.” She signed with Universal Music Group and released her first EP, Pandora, in 2018. In 2021, she released her debut album, Doce 22, which was a huge success and featured a remix of Katy Perry’s “Cry About It Later” with Bruno Martini. In 2023, she released Escândalo Íntimo, which included a collaboration with Demi Lovato on the song “Penhasco 2”. She has also appeared as an actress on several TV shows and co-hosts the HBO Max show Queen Stars with Pabllo Vittar.
From YouTube to Universal Music
Luísa Sonza was born on July 18, 1998, in Tuparendi, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. At seven, she began singing at a Gaucho folklore community center in her hometown. She was hired as a child singer by the music group Sol Maior and performed up to 24 monthly concerts for 10 years. In 2014, she launched her own YouTube channel, posting cover songs by artists such as Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift. Her videos showcased her vocal range and charisma and gained online visibility and popularity.
In May 2017, Luísa Sonza signed with Universal Music Group, one of the biggest record labels in the world. She released her first single, Good Vibes, a pop song with electronic influences. She then released her second single, Olhos Castanhos (Brown Eyes), a romantic ballad she wrote for her then-husband Whindersson Nunes, a famous Brazilian comedian and YouTuber.
In October 2017, Luísa Sonza released her first self-titled EP, which contained four songs: Não Preciso de Você Pra Nada (There Is Nothing I Need You For), featuring Brazilian singer Luan Santana; Rebolar (Twerking), a dance-pop song; Devagarinho (Step by Step), a reggaeton-inspired song; and Não Encosta (Don’t Touch), featuring rapper Nego do Borel. The EP showcased Sonza’s versatility and talent as a singer and songwriter.
In January 2018, Luísa Sonza released Rebolar as a single and a music video, which became a viral hit on YouTube. The video featured Sonza dancing in various outfits and locations and peaked at number one on YouTube’s trending list. In March 2018, she released Rebolar (Remix), an EP with five remixes of the song by different DJs and producers.
From Pandora to Doce 22
In June 2018, Luísa Sonza made a special guest appearance on the Brazilian TV sitcom Dra. Darci (Dr. Darci), where she played Julinha, a young singer who was mentored by the main character Darci (played by Tom Cavalcante). In July 2018, she released Devagarinho as a single and a music video, which also became a hit on YouTube and Spotify. The video featured Sonza dancing with other women in colorful outfits and settings. The song made it to Spotify’s Brazil Top 50 chart.
In October 2018, Luísa Sonza was invited by soap opera writer Aguinaldo Silva to record Nunca Foi Sorte (It Was Never by Chance), a song written by Silva for the soundtrack of TV Globo’s telenovela O Sétimo Guardião (The Seventh Guardian). She also made a special guest appearance in one of the show’s episodes. Later that year, she released Nunca Foi Sorte as a single and a music video, which showed Sonza singing in front of various landscapes and scenarios.
In November 2018, Luísa Sonza released Boa Menina (Good Girl) as a single and a music video, which was another viral success on YouTube and Spotify. The video featured Sonza wearing different outfits and hairstyles that represented different stereotypes of women in society. The song was a feminist anthem encouraging women to be themselves and not conform to expectations. In February 2019, a foreign version of the song was used in a video featuring Whindersson Nunes, which became popular on social media.
In March 2019, she released Pior Que Possa Imaginar (Worse Than You Can Imagine) as a single and a music video, which was another dance-pop song with electronic elements. The video featured Sonza in various scenarios, showing her confidence and assertiveness. The song responded to the criticism and hate she received online for her appearance, relationship, and career.
In June 2019, Luísa Sonza released her second EP, Pandora, which contained eight songs: Garupa (Backseat), featuring Pabllo Vittar; Eliane; Pior Que Possa Imaginar; Fazendo Assim (Doing It Like This), featuring Gaab; Boa Menina; Não Vou Mais Parar (I Won’t Stop Anymore); Bomba Relógio (Time Bomb), featuring Vitão; and Saudade da Gente (Missing Us). The EP was a mix of pop, funk, R&B, and rap genres and showed Sonza’s growth as an artist and a woman. The EP was well received by critics and fans and reached number one on iTunes Brazil.
In July 2019, she released Garupa as a single and a music video, which was a collaboration with Pabllo Vittar, one of Brazil’s most famous drag queens and singers. The video featured Sonza and Vittar riding motorcycles and dancing in a desert. The song was a catchy pop-funk song that celebrated female empowerment and friendship. The song was nominated for Best Brazilian Song at the 2019 MTV Europe Music Awards.
In August 2019, she released Fazendo Assim as a single and a music video, which was a collaboration with Gaab, a Brazilian singer and songwriter. The video featured Sonza and Gaab in a tropical setting, singing and dancing to the song. The song was a sensual R&B song that talked about love and desire.
In September 2019, Luísa Sonza released Bomba Relógio as a single and a music video, which was a collaboration with Vitão, another Brazilian singer and songwriter. The video featured Sonza and Vitão in an urban setting, singing and dancing to the song. The song was an upbeat pop-rap about living in the moment and enjoying life. The song sparked rumors that Sonza and Vitão were dating, which they denied at the time.
In April 2020, Sonza announced that she and Whindersson Nunes had separated after two years of marriage. She said they had grown apart and still loved each other as friends. She also asked for respect and privacy from the public and the media.
In May 2020, Luísa Sonza released Braba (Fierce) as a single and a music video, her first solo release after her divorce. The video featured Sonza in various outfits and settings that showed her being fierce and confident. The song was an electro-pop song that talked about being strong and independent after a breakup. The song was well-received by critics and fans and became one of the most streamed songs in Brazil.
In June 2020, Luísa Sonza released Flores (Flowers) as a single and a music video, another collaboration with Vitão. The video featured Sonza and Vitão in a garden setting, singing and dancing to the song. The song was a romantic pop-funk song that talked about love and passion. The song caused controversy among some fans of Whindersson Nunes, who accused Sonza of cheating on him with Vitão. Sonza denied the accusations and said she had started dating Vitão after her divorce. She also said she was tired of the hate and sexism she faced online.
In July 2020, Luísa Sonza released Toma (Take It) as a single and a music video, which was a collaboration with MC Zaac, a Brazilian funk singer. The video featured Sonza and Zaac in an indoor pool setting, singing and dancing to the song. The song was a fun pop-funk song about having fun and being yourself. The song was nominated for Best Collaboration at the 2020 MTV Millennial Awards Brazil.
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