Atellus (Latin musician)

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Background information
Birth nameAulus Vitulus Tellus Hadrianus
Born (1993-02-26) 26 February 1993 (age 26)
Rubra, Castellum ab Alba, Latium
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Years active2013 – present
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Aulus Vitulus Tellus Hadrianus (b. 26 February 1993), better known by his stage name Atellus, is a Latin singer-songwriter. He rose to prominence in 2013 following his debut album Caligo (Mist) and his first hit single Curro non subsisto (Run, Don't Stop). He primarily performed pop music early in his career, though has diversified his style and regularly features EDM, classical, and house influences.


Adrian Vitulus was born on 26 February 1993, in Rubra, Castellum ab Alba, the son of Felix Vitulus and Maria Caerellia. In his youth he participated in the church choir, at one point during a mass presided over by Pope John XII at Sacra Basilica de Angeli Gabriel in Castellum. He was educated at University of Aarhusium, where he studied music and participated in the school's choir and musical theatre programs. He dropped out of Aarhusium in 2011 to pursue his professional music career.


  • Caligo (2013)
  • Nunc Sumus (2016
  • Solum Ego Facio – EP (2018)


  • Caligo (2014)
  • Solum Ego Facio (2018)