Cuban singer/songwriter Liuba María Hevia started singing and taking part in guitar at age eight, soon getting involved with regional traditional music. In 1990, the talented musician produced a project to mix different Latin designs such as child, tango, milonga, vallenato, and guajira, saving her debut recording, Coloreando la Esperanza, in 1993. 2 yrs later on, Liuba María Hevia put together popular local tunes referred to as habaneras to produce a record known as Habaneras en un Tiempo, that was released by Cuban label RTV. That same 12 months, Hevia produced Señor Arcoiris, a children-oriented recording. Nueva trova pioneer Silvio Rodríguez participated in her 1999 recording, Del Verso a la Mar.