Flavia Coelho was born 26 July 1980 in Rio de Janeiro. Her parents moved to Brazil from France. Flavia started performing at 14 and devoted her whole life to music. Even though Flavia was fairly successful in her native Brazil, she wanted something bigger. In 2002, she joined a band and traveled to Europe. Coelho loved France so much that for 4 years, she dreamed of coming back to Paris.
Finally, in 2006, her dream came true. In France, she managed to discover her full talent and earn popularity. However, the fame wasn’t in a hurry to get to Coelho. At first, she performed in subway stations, bars, and nightclubs. That’s where she met a bassist from Cameroon, Pierre Bika Bika. Together with Pierre, Flavia recorded an album, which was produced by a successful musician Victor Vagh. Unfortunately, the disk didn’t attract the attention of the critics and Flavia went back to performing at the local venues.
In 2010, Flavia got a chance to work with an Italian singer Lucilla Galeazzi. Together with Lucilla, they recorded “Amore Di Carta”, which was included in the movie De vrais mensonges , directed by Pierre Salvadori. The soundtrack for the movie was recorded by Philippe Eidel.