Since the release of "Flash Pose" featuring Charli XCX and the writing help from Aluna Francis from AlunaGeorge (as well as Charli herself), the vittarlovers - or simply the fans of brazilian drag queen singer Pabllo Vittar - have been anticipating the release of the artists' third album, announced as a two-part release in EPs, referencing her birth date (November 1st) as the title.
After that, came the second single, "Parabéns", featuring the pagode baiano singer Márcio Victor, from Psirico - and leading a kind of new tendendy in pop music: the feature with pagode singers. The video has met some controversy, by being age-banned by YouTube for showing a Vodka bottle - or some other sort of excuse for not showing an LGBTQIA+ icon be the 1st in the platform ranking views. Later that month (October, 2019), the first part of the album came out, as "111 1" EP, with "Amor de Que" becoming the third single. The remaining song on the EP was "Ponte Perra".
The following year, the first taste of the second part, "Clima Quente" featuring Jerry Smith, came out on March 1st, and, in the following days - more precisely, March 19th - the second one, the feature with mexican singer - and icon - Thalía, entitled "Tímida", came out, with the video being released the following day.
Everything was fine, and Pabllo revealed the cover of the whole abum on Twitter. But then a high quality leak of the album started circulating on the internet. Asking fans to stop sharing leaked content, along with her team, they decided to advance the release of the album, just like other artists (like Dua Lipa's "Future Nostalgia" etc.) have been doing with these now common early leaks.
A new official release date statement is still awaited, but the remaining songs of the album were already listed (now blocked) on the official YouTube channel.