|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||A Arte De Zizi Possi||25||Audio||1983||Fontana|
|2||O Melhor De Zizi Possi - Pedaço De Mim||14||Audio||1998||Universal Music|
|4||Amor & Música||11||Audio||1987||Philips|
|5||Pra Sempre E Mais Um Dia||11||Audio||1983||Philips|
|8||Pedaço De Mim||13||Audio||1983||Philips|
|9||Valsa Brasileira||12||Audio||Discmedi Blau|
|11||Dê Um Rolê||10||Audio||1984||Philips|
|12||Toda Uma História||2||Audio||1983||Philips|
|14||Um Minuto Além||12||Audio||1981||Philips|
Maria Izildinha Possi (Sao Paulo, March 28, 1956), better known as Zizi Possi, is a Brazilian singer of classical training.
Named in honor of Santa Menina Izildinha is descended from Italian from Naples, São Paulo neighborhood of Bras, typical stronghold of Italian immigrants. He studied piano and singing in childhood and university entry exams for college composition and conducting. After two years of course, dropped out of college and moved in with his brother Salvador (José Possi Neto), where he studied theater at the same time he participated in the assembly of the musical Marilyn Miranda. In a project for the city of salvador, worked as a music teacher for children - children of prostitutes in Pelourinho - recorded commercial jingles and participated in local television specials. The brother left Brazil when he won a scholarship to work for New York, and Zizi now alone in Bahia, bound for Rio de Janeiro: "When I saw the plane disappearing into the air, I realized that my life was on my own. it gave me a loneliness ... and I realized that Bahia and no longer made sense this all for me. My brother was no longer there and professionally, I had done everything he could ". At first making survived the Italian translation into Portuguese, until Roberto Menescal (then producer of the Philips label) left a note under the door, where he lived with seven other girls: "I looked at my ticket and I thought, 'This guy is not bossa nova? Does he want I also do backing vocals for him? "