The child of Jair Rodrigues and sister of Jairzinho Oliveira, Luciana Mello participated in children’s choirs in studio recordings since her childhood. Having used tone of voice and dance classes, she participated in musicals in her teenagers. After taking part in the Artistas Reunidos (United Performers) task with Oliveira, Wilson Simoninha, Maximum de Castro, and Pedro Mariano, Mello released her first single Compact disc at 21 in 2001, Assim Que Se Faz, which experienced achievement with “Assim Que Se faz” (Daniel Carlomagno), “Simples Desejo” (Oliveira Oliveira/Daniel Carlomagno), “Ela Disse Sim” (Ed Motta/Nelson Motta), “Se” (Djavan), and “Calados” (Jairzinho Oliveira). Mello also experienced achievement with “Nascente” (Flávio Venturini/Murilo Antunes), supported by the Roupa Nova. In 2002, she performed with Rodrigues and Oliveira in the Competitor theater (Rio). Within the same yr, she participated within the compilation Compact disc Um Barzinho, Um Violão, interpreting “As Rosas Não Falam” (Cartola). Also adding to that recording had been Ed Motta, Toquinho, Leila Pinheiro, Simone, Ivette Sangalo, Biquíni Cavadão, and Child Abelha, amongst others.