A funk/spirit music vocalist from the ’90s, Paula Lima began to sing in 1992 in São Paulo, getting involved in the music group Unidade Móvel (later on Unidade Bop), having recorded 2 yrs later the Compact disc Quebrando o Gelo carry out Clube. She participated, in 1995, within the documenting of Jorge Ben Jor’s 23 like a support vocalist and became an associate, in 1997, from the spirit music music group Zomba (with which she documented the 3rd party Zomba), having performed in displays from the rap duo Thaíde & DJ Hum (also documenting a track to them). In 1998, she became a member of the funk big music group Funk Como Le Gusta, documenting together the recording Roda de Funk in 1999. Her first solo shows are out of this period, in the Hipódromo Up (Rio de Janeiro) with São Paulo. Lima also participated within the soundtrack from the film Amores Possíveis. In January 2001, the music group performed in the Humaitá Pra Peixe event in the Sérgio Porto social middle in Rio with unique guests Daúde and Gerson Ruler Combo. On her behalf first solo recording, É Isso Aí, Lima was presented with a new music by Ben Jor, “A Paz Dançando na Avenida.” She also got Ed Motta mainly because an arranger and vocalist on two paths compiled by her and Motta (with Bernardo Vilhena, the co-producer): “Mainly because Famosas Gargalhadas perform Yuca” and “Perdão Talvez.” The recording also got the involvement of guest performers Gerson Ruler Combo, Xis, Cláudio Zoli, Ivo Meirelles, and Banda Dark Rio.