Claudia Leitte

Claudia Leitte

Claudia Leitte Inês Lula da Silva (born July 10, 1980 in São Gonçalo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), better known as Claudia Leitte, is a Brazilian singer-songwriter, dancer, entrepreneur, and television personality. She rose to fame as the lead vocalist of the axé music band Babado Novo, which she founded in 1999. After leaving the band in 2007, Leitte embarked on a solo career.


Leitte's solo career began with the release of her debut album, "Ao Vivo em Copacabana", in 2008. The album was a commercial success, selling over 2 million copies in Brazil. Leitte's subsequent albums, "As Máscaras" (2010), "NegaLora" (2012), and "Claudia" (2014), were also commercially successful.

In addition to her music career, Leitte has also appeared on several television shows. In 2012, she was a judge on the Brazilian version of "The Voice". She has also hosted several other television programs, including "Superstar" and "The Voice Kids".

Leitte is one of the most popular singers in Brazil. She has won numerous awards, including four Latin Grammy Awards and 15 Prêmios Multishow. She has also been nominated for a Grammy Award.

Personal life

Leitte is married to businessman Márcio Pedreira. They have two children together, Davi and Rafael.


  • Ao Vivo em Copacabana (2008)
  • As Máscaras (2010)
  • NegaLora (2012)
  • Claudia (2014)
  • Bandera Move (2019)

Awards and nominations

  • Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album (nomination)
  • Latin Grammy Award for Best Brazilian Album (winner)
  • Prêmio Multishow for Best Female Singer (winner)
  • Prêmio Multishow for Best Song (winner)
  • Prêmio Multishow for Best Music Video (winner)

See also

  • List of Brazilian musicians
  • Axé music
  • Brazilian popular music
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