Pabllo Vittar Celebrates Her Birthday With First Piece of Trilingual Album '111 1'

Pabllo Vittar
Ernna Cost

Pabllo Vittar

In true Scorpio fashion, drag superstar Pabllo Vittar is ringing in her birthday the best way she knows how -- with the long-awaited release of some new music.

On Friday (Nov. 1, also Vittar's birthday) the singer dropped the first part of her highly anticipated trilingual album, titled 111 1. Effortlessly switching between languages and styles, the star transitions from her Portugese dance-floor track "Amor de Que", to her English-language, Charli XCX-assisted pop banger "Flash Pose," to the irresistably Latin-infused "Pnte Perra," sung in Spanish. 

Speaking on the album, Vittar thanked her fans for the birthday wishes, and said she wanted to pay their kindness forward. "All of these songs are for dancing a lot," she said. "Remembering that this is just the first part of the album coming out. Next year will have the second part, which is amazing."

That's not the only good news for Pabllo's self-proclaimed "Vittalovers": the star also announced that she will be performing at the MTV EMAs (Europe Music Awards), where she is nominated for best Brasilian act, and will get to sharethe stage with fellow all-star performers like Halsey, Rosalía, Dua Lipa, Niall Horan & many more. 

Stream Pabllo Vittar's 111 1 below: