Mera is really a performer with multi-national charm. The daughter of the Spanish dad and Persian mom, she sings in five dialects (Arabic, Farsi, French, Spanish, and British), dances, and combines the ethnic traditions from the East with those of modern-day discos. Delivered in Spain, Mera shifted with her mom to Tehran, Iran, when she was three also to the U.S. when she was 12. While participating in college in Connecticut, she created a pastime in music and movie theater. In the first ’90s, she shaped a pop duo with another vocalist whose name also started with an M — Melissa — therefore the duo’s name: M&M. When Melissa made a decision to leave the business enterprise, Mera sought focus on her very own, appearing in little parts in movies and in Television advertisements in France and Japan. Her performing career received a lift when she fulfilled producer-composer Shad Rabanni in 1994. Rabanni’s music fused Middle Eastern and Latin affects and seemed an ideal automobile for Mera’s vocal abilities. Their collaboration led to Mera’s 1996 debut record, Mera, and Sandstorm in 2001. Mera’s tune “Pol” was also included in the compilation Baila Habibi, Vol. II, as the video on her behalf one “Albee” (“My Center”) was successful in France, getting considerable airplay on MTV France. Using the launch of her second recording in the summertime of 2001, Mera embarked on a UNITED STATES tour, wanting to bring her recognition to American dance music followers.