Alvin L. began being a vocalist on the Rapazes de Vida Fácil in the first ’80s. In the past due ’80s, he produced the Brasil Palace, where he attempted a pop/rock and roll/bossa nova combine. Also an associate from the Sex Beatles, L documented two albums with them. But he’s known specifically for his are a composer, having acquired his songs documented by Marina Lima (“Não Sei Dançar,” “Deve Ser Assim,” “Na Minha Mão,” “Stromboli,” amongst others), Capital Inicial (“Todos operating-system Lados,” with Dinho Ouro Preto/Bozo Barreti/Marcelo Susskind), Leila Pinheiro, Belô Velloso (“Menos Carnaval”), Toni Platão (“Tudo que Vai,” with Platão/Dado Villa-Lobos), and Ana Carolina (“Perder Tempo Com Você”). His initial solo album premiered in 1997.