Luciana Mello (born January 22, 1979) is a Brazilian singer and professional dancer.
Mello began her musical training early in life, taking voice and dance lessons. As a child, she sang in choirs and later performed in musicals. She emerged on the Brazilian pop music scene as a participant in the Artistas Reunidos (Reunited Artists) project, and issued her first solo CD, Assim Que Se Faz, in 2001.
Mello's father was prominent Brazilian musician and singer Jair Rodrigues. Her brother, Jair Oliveira, is also an influential producer of modern Brazilian pop music and is a singer/songwriter in his own right.
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