Colombian pop singer Adriana Lucía began singing in her indigenous Cordoba, taking part in different festivals around the united states immediately after. At age 14, she authorized with regional Sonolux, documenting her debut recording Enamorate Como Yo in 1997. Destellos de Amor adopted in 1998. A 12 months later, carrying out along with accordionist Harold Rivera, they displayed Colombia at Berlin’s Summer time Event. Composer/arranger Omar Geles created her recording Te Amaria, released in 2000. After teaming up with accordion participant John Lozano, Lucía documented De Corazón A Corazón in 2001.