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Azzy, Ivy from ‘Vai na Fé’, remembers her past in drug trafficking and celebrates her success

Ivy’s pink hair, Lui Lorenzo’s backing vocals (Jose Loreto), from “Vai na Fé”, are the same ones used on stage, when he sings hip-hop rhymes and verses. But the style that azzy highlights far from the image she had in the past, when she only wore donated clothes.

To the journalist Thomaz Rocha, she told that she saw in music the way out for a better life. The big chance of transformation came when she started participating in rhyme battles, still a teenager.

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  • azzy he started to be interested in the fashion universe at the age of 16 when he started to earn money with music;
  • Now 22, she can afford the looks she likes;
  • The artist is called Isabela Oliveira and is born in São Gonçalo, in the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro.

“Having early fame is nice, but with it comes a lot of pressure and repression as well. I was learning with the beatings still very young. Music saved me! That’s where I found a way out so as not to continue on the wrong path,” she said.

PAST OF DRUGS AND ABUSE

One of the most successful singers of the new generation of rappers in Brazil, with her autobiographical lyrics, Azzy carries a tortuous life story. At age 12, she was sexually abused by a family member and ran away from home. Discredited by relatives, without support from her mother, the world of crime was where the then pre-teen found shelter.

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azzy became involved in drug trafficking. Police stations, corpus delicti exams, trips to the tutelary council were part of the girl’s routine. It was two years dealing until azzy began to strengthen his ties with music, participating in a rhyme battle in Rio D’ouro, a neighborhood in the neighboring municipality, Niterói, where Oroshi It is Shaman were discovered. Her art, in short, was art was recognized and she emerged in the 6th “Poesia Acústica”, a musical project in which she continues to this day.

“Experiencing this parade, seeing people die, even with the risk of losing their lives, I started to do rhyme battles. I had the opportunity to record songs and I made the decision to drop everything and throw myself into art. Either go or go. Thank God, I’m overcoming barriers. I had no idea where I could go. It is an achievement to help other people and be a mirror, ”he said.

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HOW AZZY STARTED AN ACTRESS CAREER

Her first role in dramaturgy was in “As Five”, a Globoplay series. Despite having few lines in the production, Azzy knew that was a big step towards envisioning something bigger. It was exactly in this way that she arrived at “Vai na Fé”.

“That first experience was very different from anything I had ever lived, but I managed to fit in. When I received the proposal to play Ivy, I saw all my childhood dreams passing in front of my eyes. It was amazing to debut on Globo, even more so in this soap opera that touched so many people. No one expected me to do so well. I was very apprehensive. I get a lot of affection, especially from the children,” she said.

In the plot of Rosane Svartman, Ivy left Lui’s band to become a teacher of “Dancing with the Stars”. In the final stretch of the novel, azzy is already focused on her next work: the release of her new EP, “Lovezy”.

Although she prioritizes music, she assured Canal Extra that she wants to remain in the acting profession and plans to study for that.

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AZZY IS THE MOTHER OF TWO GIRLS

The artist became a mother early and today reconciles her professional life with the motherhood of girls Lua, aged 5, and Dominic, aged 2.

azzy shared custody with the girls’ parents, who is also a singer. Single, she told Extra that being flirtatious has always been a characteristic: “I am very attached, emotional and romantic. As much as in the songs I show the hard side of life, I like affection. I just happened to be unlucky in my relationships,” she said.

And he added: “I’m too ‘rotten finger’. People somehow betray me. So I’ve always been jealous. I already enter a relationship seeking therapy because I think I’m going to be exchanged. If I see that the person is in love with someone else, I leave the scene”.

Azzy, Ivy from ‘Vai na Fé’, remembers her past in drug trafficking and celebrates her success

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