|Born||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|Genres||Pop, indie, alt-rock|
Zogbi began her career creating her own version of popular songs on YouTube. She uploaded her first video in 2014 and has since independently released a wide array of cover songs as well as her own original music. As of 2019, her YouTube channel has over 240 million video views and more than 2 million subscribers. Her vocals have been described as "unique" and "strong". 
Could We Be
In 2017, Zogbi released her first single titled "Could We Be". In an interview, Zogbi described "Could We Be" as "a song about regret, unspoken words and how isolating pride can be". She continues saying, "It’s a song about that “what if” feeling you get when you think about all the things you could have said, but you didn’t." 
Where We Belong
In 2018, Zogbi released a single titled "Where We Belong", a composition she describes as being "about questioning your place in society and breaking free from the shackles of social expectations that tries puts us all into boxes depending on your age, social class, gender… etc".  The lyrics also explicitly challenge the idea that humans have Free will. Zogbi has been openly critical of the idea of free will saying "We’ve been sold this lie that we have free will, but we don’t realize how much of our life path is decided for us, sometimes even before we were born."
Down By The River
In 2019, Zogbi released her third single "Down by The River". The song was inspired by Greek mythology, specifically the Legend of Charon. During a concert in Sao Paulo she revealed that she composed the song after a trip to Greece and that the lyrics are about a soul that couldn't pay Charon's fee and got stuck in limbo. 
|2017||Could We Be|
|2018||Where We Belong|
|2019||Down By The River|
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