You might recognize Lucas Prata’s voice from television spots for Coca Cola, McDonalds, JC Penny’s, and LA Gear. Blessed in NEW YORK, Prata became Mr. School of Miami while participating in the college, earning the contest thanks to his visual appearance and strong tone of voice. Moving back again to NY, he became a back-up vocalist for George Lamond, a tone of voice for hire for industrial work, and finally a solo musician. In 2000 he released the one “Fly Apart” and backed it as starting action for Salt-N-Pepa on the nationwide tour. After documenting some club monitors with C+C Music Stock associate Ricky Crespo, Prata strike pay dirt along with his one “Ma Ya Hee,” a duet with Dan Balan from the Latin dance group O-Zone. “Ma Ya Hee” visited number 1 in 27 countries and marketed over eight million singles across the world in various dialects. The dance label Ultra agreed upon Prata in 2005 and released an British version from the song hoping of getting the phenomena to America.