Anelis Assumpção

Anelis Assumpção
Anelis by Renato Stockler
Anelis by Renato Stockler
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Anelis - by Jose de Holanda


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Directed by Ava Rocha
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  • country:Brazil
  • region:São Paulo
  • style(s):Brazilian
  • label:Scubidu Music
  • type:Band, Composer/Songwriter
  • gender:female
  • instrumentation:singer songwriter, rock band, pop group
  • artist posted by:Scubidu Music

Line up

  • Anelis Assumpção (vocals)
  • Bruno Buarque (drums)
  • Cris Scabello (electric guitar)
  • Edy Trombone (trombone)
  • Lelena Anhaia (electric guitar)
  • Mau Pregnolatto (bass)
  • Mauricio Fleury (keyboards)


Winner: Deezer Prize (best new artist 2014)
Official Selection: Porto Musical 2014
offWomex 2016 - Santiago de Compostela

Anelis Assumpção is a Brazilian singer-songwriter who mixes
sultry vocals with irreverent arrangements, pinches of dub,
afrobeat and Brazilian grooves in her music. Daughter of the late singer & composer Itamar Assumpção, Anelis represents the free-spirit of São Paulo’s avant-garde and lots of her iconic father’s originality. The city roots run deep within her style, pushing the music forward, capturing something new, yet keeping the vintage/analog flavor alive.

Anelis’s debut album, “Sou Suspeita, Estou Sujeita, Não Sou
Santa” (2011) has received positive reviews and brought her
to prestigious stages in Brazil and Portugal. In 2014 she released a new album, “Amigos Imaginários”, which was an instant success with hundreds of thousands of plays on streaming platforms within the first month of release. The album was mixed by New York dub master Victor Rice and includes those hazy, bass heavy tracks that conjure the narcotic feel of a Latin American megalopolis at night.

The album gave her the Deezer Prize for best new artist in 2014, APCA prize for Best New Artist in 2015 and nomination to other awards. Singing in English, Portuguese and Spanish, Anelis’s lyrics
feature an uncompromising poetry, social criticism, intertwined words, food and love stories. Currently recording her third album to be released in 2017, inspired mostly by her urban life in a megalopolis like São Paulo and by what she cooks in her own kitchen.