Anitta is taking over...officially.

The Brazilian "Bang" beauty, who's currently racking in millions of views on YouTube alongside Queen Pabllo Vittar and Diplo in the sexy, sandy video for Major Lazer summer anthem "Sua Cara" just inked a deal with the Justin Bieber co-owned digital management team Shots Studios, home to several massive online content creators, including Lele Pons and Rudy Mancuso.

The studio's goal for the multilingual "Paradinha" princess, according to Billboard, is to "develop the blossoming Brazilian star in the Latin and American markets, utilizing their extensive data-driven knowledge to catalyze the process."

Perhaps even more importantly to her loyal fanbase, there's also this (huge) morsel of information thrown in at the end of that news: "She is currently working on her debut English-language album, which will feature collaborations with Marshmello, Alesso and Poo Bear."

Grito.

That roster would be enviable for any pop star: Poo Bear, for those unfamiliar, is the songwriter and producer behind a bulk of Bieber's Purpose (including "What Do You Mean?"), Alesso is modern EDM royalty (his latest smash being "Heroes (We Could Be)" with Tove Lo), and Marshmello is one of the most buzzed-about rising acts on the dance scene. (The video for his major label debut, "Alone," has over 500 million views.)

Well done, Anitta. Next step: world domination.