At the age of 23, the Brazilian-Dutch singer and lyric writer Lilian Vieira (September 11, 1966, Teresópolis, Rio de Janeiro) moved to The Netherlands, where she, due to her special timbre, great improvisation skills and charismatic stage presence developed as a noted singer. This is partly due to her role in the Brazilectro group Zuco 103. Vieira – primarily singing in Portuguese – also works with multiple jazz-, soul- and funkbands and various DJs. As a guest vocalist she collaborated on dozens of albums. In the past years she has returned to her musical roots, with the singing of popular Brazilian music and classical acoustic samba that eventually inspired her to record her own solo album.