Rosana is a Spanish singer and composer who was born on October 24th 1963 on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. She is the youngest of a family of eight children.
She began composing music after moving to Madrid in the early 1980s. She won first place in Benidorm’s music festival with her song “Fuego y Miel,” which led to her winning a recording contract with MCA. Her debut album, “Lunas Rotas”, was released in 1996. The soundtrack for the 1996 movie Curdled featured her songs “Lunas Rotas” and “El Talismán,” exposing her to an international audience. Her next album, “Luna Nueva”, was released in 1998, followed by the self-titled “Rosana” in 2001.
More recent albums were “Marca Registrada”, released in 2003, “Magia”, released in 2005 and “A las buenas y a las malas”, released in 2009 which included the single “Llegaremos a tiempo”.