|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Essa Boneca Tem Manual||14||Audio||2004|
|4||Ai Ai Ai||3||Audio||2006||Planet Records (8)|
|5||Multishow Ao Vivo||14||Audio||2009-06-22||Sony Music|
|7||Ao Vivo (Live In Brazil)||14||Audio||2009||Discograph|
|8||Vanessa Da Mata||13||Audio||2003||Sony Music|
|9||Sim||12||Audio||2007||Sony BMG Music Entertainment|
|10||Ao Vivo (Live In Brazil)||41||Audio||2009||Discograph|
|12||Boa Sorte (Good Luck)||5||Audio||2008||Discograph|
In spite of coming from a very small town in Mato Grosso and not playing a single instrument, Vanessa da Mata (a.k.a. Vanessa da Matta) manages to have over 250 songs written in her notebook. Even before releasing her first album, Vanessa had already composed for the likes of popular and well stabilished Brazilian artists, such as Maria Bethânia and Daniela Mercury.
Her first boom happened in the realease of "Não me deixe só", which became known in wide audiences after receiving a drum n' bass version by DJ Ramilson Maia. Later on, "Ai, ai, ai..." also hit the Brazilian radio charts after being included on a famous soap opera soundtrack.