Wanessa Godói Camargo Buaiz (born December 28, 1982), commonly known as Wanessa Camargo, is a Brazilian singer and songwriter. She is the daughter of Brazilian sertanejo singer Zezé Di Camargo from the duo Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano and of the businesswoman Zilú Godói. Before the race like singer, during the decade of 1990, integrated the Brazilian version of the musical Cats and was part of the group of dancers of the pair Zezé Di Camargo and Luciano. In 2000 she signed with BMG and released her debut studio album, the homonym Wanessa Camargo, betting on a country-focused musical style and selling 150,000 copies with the singles "O Amor não Deixa", "Enamorado por Você" and "Eu Posso Te Sentir." In 2001, she released her second album of the same name, Wanessa Camargo, releasing to the radio stations "Eu Posso Te Sentir", "Tanta Saudade" and "Gostar de Mim". In 2002, she accepted the invitation to become a presenter of the Young Evening program at Rede Globo, where she will stay for two years. In the same year she won recognition with the track "Sem Querer" on the third album of the same name, Wanessa Camargo. In 2004, she released the first live album, Transparente Ao Vivo, and joined the cast of the fourth season of the series Sítio do Picapau Amarelo. In 2005 she signed with Sony and underwent a reformulation with the release of the album W, adhering to dance-pop music and composing eleven of the fifteen songs, being her most authorial work. In this project were withdrawn their singles of greater success in the race, "Amor, Amor" and "Não Resisto a Nós Dois", in addition to the promotional ones "Relaxa" e "Culpada", that gained good repercussion in radios. In 2007, she adopted the stage name of Wanessa, leaving her surname aside, and released the album Total, which sold 100,000 copies, marked by the track "Me Abrace". In 2009 she released her first song in English, "Fly", with rapper Ja Rule, present on her sixth album, titled Meu Momento. In 2010 she decided to dedicate herself to electronic music, releasing the EP Você não Perde por Esperar, and in 2011 she released the album DNA, with songs entirely in English. In 2016, five years after its last studio album, announces that it was redirecting its race to songs of the sertanejo genre. On August 19 she released her eighth studio album for streaming, entitled 33.