Monica Freire was born in a Brazilian state Bahia on 28 July 1971. Monica has African, Syrian, Lebanese, and Portuguese roots. Bahia is a very beautiful state with coffee plantations, bright sun, and sandy beaches. These natural riches inspired many artists and Freire wasn’t an exception. Even though, today, Monica lives in Canada, the beauty of her native country still helps her find inspiration.
Freire loved music since childhood. By the time she was a teenager, Monica had impressive music experience. She sang in choirs and took numerous music lessons. When Freire turned 15, she created her own band. The career breakthrough took place two years later. She was invited to become a vocalist of Bloco Pinel group and replaced a Brazilian star, Daniela Mercury. Even though Monica was still very young, she quickly became popular and performed at the most famous stages in Brazil. Thanks to the quick-found fame, it was nearly impossible to book Monica Freire for any event.
When the artist turned 18, she decided that the time has come to conquer the rest of the world. At first, Monica decided to visit the Caribbean island St. Maarten. She stayed there for several months and gave concerts for the local public. Upon leaving the Caribbean, Monica decided to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Freire came to France, where she decided to stay for a couple of years. The artist studied new music directions and developed her talent.