Anitta Says She Wants People to Feel 'Turned On' When They Listen to 'Veneno'


In this week’s episode of “How It Went Down,” Anitta shares the story of how she created her music “Veneno,” and why she determined to enlist the assistance of snakes for the monitor's music video.

The music, Anitta tells Billboard, was impressed by beats created by the music’s producers Dynell and Tainy. Lyrically, she wished it to concentrate on the concept if somebody is wonderful to her, she will probably be wonderful to them. But in the event that they aren’t, she notes, “Oh my God, you haven't any thought the issue you're bringing to your life."

Asked what her favourite line within the music is, the singer names the lyric “Que pienses más en mĂ­/ De lo que pienso en ti,” which she explains interprets to "I hope you concentrate on me greater than I take into consideration you.”

“At the top of the day,” she says, “We can undergo somewhat bit much less if the individual's fascinated with us greater than we're pondering [about them].”

Discussing how the music video’s idea got here collectively, Anitta was influenced by the truth that “veneno” means “poison,” which immediately made her consider snakes.

“I like snakes. I imply, domesticated ones,” Anitta shares. “I began to consider snakes strolling round on my physique and on high of my physique and overlaying me.” When it got here time to really filming the video, although, she reveals that she was terrified of the snakes at first. But after a while handed, they turned “intimate buddies.”

“I do know her title. I do know what she does for her life. I do know the whole lot concerning the snake,” she jokes. “And so we began to really feel actually shut and [became] finest buddies.”

As for what she hopes folks will really feel after they hearken to “Veneno,” Anitta says that she desires them to really feel “turned on,” including, “The music is basically attractive, and I believe that's the one factor I can give it some thought, which is simply take into consideration being sexual.”

You can watch the music video for “Veneno” beneath, and watch Anitta clarify how the creation of the music went down within the video above.