Drawing on her Peruvian roots, singer/songwriter Luci offers a pop-driven sound that is infused with Latin and R&B elements. Although not born into a musical family, music was an integral part of Luci’s life, from singing and writing to playing piano and flute. Born in Lima, Peru, Luci lived in the U.S. from a young age and grew up in various states in the south and midwest.
During college in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Luci studied Music Production and Exercise Science, and began playing guitar, gaining hands-on experience in music production, and co-writing. Throughout the years Luci’s music has also transformed, sharing the character and life experience gained along the way
“My vision is to inspire strength, joy and hope in others,” Luci said. “I work tirelessly to put on the best performance, which is what I feel all my fans deserve. From the songwriting and dancing to the fashion, my fans know they can expect to experience Luci.
In early 2007, Luci took a season to focus on her growing family. In 2010 she stepped back into the music scene with a renewed vigor for her work and recently relocated to Los Angeles, CA with her husband and their two kids. Her debut EP entitled “Live It Up,” produced by Kene Bell, was released in May 2010, and from that project spawned the opportunity to be featured in the 2010 Temecula Valley Int'l Film & Music Festival and win a 2010 Hollywood Music in Media Award, continuing on to two nominations and a Producer’s Choice Award in the 2011 L.A. Music Awards, and two awards in the 2012 Indie Music Channel Awards. Luci remains ambitious as she also hones in on her passion for producing, fashion design, acting and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Her follow-up EP, "Grown Up," produced by Wendell Henry, Dsenic, and Luci, was released on September 27th, 2012 and is available on iTunes and other online stores for digital download
“I’ve returned with a new image, style, and vision,” Luci said. “My fans absolutely drive me to continually strive for more. I’m relentless and more passionate than ever, and excited to see what’s ahead.”