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Vanessa da Mata discography

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Vanessa da Mata discography

This is a comprehensive listing of official releases by Vanessa da Mata, a Brazilian MPB singer-songwriter. Since 2002, she has released three studio albums on Sony Music Entertainment. According to the Associação Brasileira de Produtores de Disco (Brazilian Association of Record Producers), da Mata has sold over 1,200,000 albums in her home country.


  • 2002: Vanessa da Mata - 150,000
  • 2004: Essa Boneca Tem Manual - 250,000
  • 2007: Sim - 600,000
  • 2009: Multishow Ao Vivo - 150,000
  • 2010: Bicicletas, Bolos e Outras Alegrias - 100,000


Year Single Chart positions Album
2002 "Não Me Deixe Só" 27 Vanessa da Mata
"Onde Ir" 93
2003 "Nossa Canção" 87
2006 "Ai, Ai, Ai" 13 1[1] Essa Boneca Tem Manual
"Ai, Ai, Ai" (Deep Lick Radio Mix) 23
"Eu Sou Neguinha?" 58
"Ainda Bem" 73
"Música" 99
"Por Enquanto" (Live) None
2007 "Boa Sorte/Good Luck" (with Ben Harper) 18[2] 1[3] 85[2] 51[2] 1 Sim
2008 "Amado" 5
2009 "Um Dia, Um Adeus" 50 Multishow Ao Vivo
2010 "O Tal Casal" 54 Bicicletas, bolos e outras alegrias
2010 "Te Amo" 38
2011 "As Palavras (Mister Jam Remix)" 17

Soundtrack appearances

Year Song Album
2002 "Onde Ir" Esperança (soap)
2003 "Nossa Canção" Celebridade Nacional (soap)
2005 "Eu Sou Neguinha" A Lua Me Disse (soap)
"Ai, Ai, Ai" (Deep Lick Radio Mix) Belíssima (soap)
2006 "Música" Muito Gelo e Dois Dedos D'Água (motion picture)
"Ainda Bem" Pé na Jaca (soap)
2008 "Amado" A Favorita (soap)

Songs recorded by other artists


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