Luedji Luna

Singer and songwriter, Luedji Luna was born in Salvador and studied music at Escola Baiana de Canto Popular. At the age of 34, she has already released two albums, been nominated for several awards, and has become a reference in contemporary Brazilian popular music (MPB). An active voice in racial and feminist activism, Luedji dives into her ancestry and brings in her art powerful messages of resistance, beliefs, depth, and love.

She released her first album “Um Corpo no Mundo” in 2017, which established her in the national scene and yielded the first highlights in awards, festivals and media. In 2021, apart from having her first child, she also gave birth to the album “Bom Mesmo É Estar Debaixo D’água”, which, among many global nominations and top of the charts, was also nominated for “Best MPB Album” at the 2021 Latin Grammy Awards. In November 2022, she released the Deluxe version of “Bom Mesmo É Estar Debaixo D’água” – as a B-Side to the previous version, with 10 unreleased songs.

The singer has also participated in globally recognized music projects, such as Colors and Tiny Desk with Afropunk.