Luan Santana About
Luan Santana (Campo Grande, 1991) is a Brazilian singer and songwriter. In 2009, he released his debut album, Tô de Cara, and reached stardom with the song “Meteoro”. Then he recorded his first live album, which was nominated for the Latin Grammy for Best Country Music Album and became one of the best sellers throughout 2010, being certified multi-platinum. His second live album, entitled Ao Vivo no Rio (2011), generated five singles, all of which reached the first position on the Billboard Brasil singles chart. In 2012, Luan released his second studio album, Onde Chega a Noite. The album, which earned him a second Latin Grammy nomination, reached the top position on the ABPD album chart and had the biggest hits "Você de Mim Não Sai", "Nêga" and "Unconditional". The following year, Luan released his first extended play (EP), Te Esperando. The EP's title track became a radio hit, reaching number one among the most performed.
Still in 2013, Santana released her third live album, O Nosso Tempo É Hoje, which sold more than 250 thousand copies and generated the hit singles “Tudo Que Você Quiser” and “Cê Topa?”. His fourth live album, Acoustic (2015), reached the first position in the ABPD rankings and generated three singles that culminated in the Hot 100 Airplay table: "I Didn't Deserve This", "Write Here" and "Rain of Rice". In 2016, the singer released his fifth live album, 1977, whose title and concept are a tribute to women. The album gave Luan his third Latin Grammy nomination. The project's first single, “Eu, Você, o Mar e Ela”, became another # 1 in the artist's career, done repeatedly with the second and third working song of the album, “Dia, Lugar e Hora” and "Waking up the Building". Luan is the artist who most often reached the top of Billboard Brasil's Hot 100 Airplay chart.
Luan Santana (born 13 March 1991) is a Brazilian singer and composer. His first live album was a bestseller throughout 2010, selling over 100,000 copies. In recording his second CD, Santana decided that work would live and record in the cities in Brazil where his shows were performed. Once the CD was finished, two songs “Tô de Cara” and “Meteoro” became hits as he became one of the most played artists on Brazilian radio. Over a few weeks the video of “Meteoro” had 17 million hits on YouTube.