Lucas Arnau is a Colombian singer-songwriter who was born in Medellín, Antioquia on May 16, 1979.Arnau's first album, "Un Poco Más" was produced by Jose Gaviria and Andres Munera in Miami, Florida and was released in Latin America in April, 2004.His second album, "Rompecabezas" was launched in August 2006 and has been very well welcomed by his fans in Colombia, and Latin America. The album was produced by Grammy and Latin Grammy award winning song writer/producer Luis F. Ochoa in Miami, Florida and co-produced by Lucas Arnau and David Cardenas.Both albums have been a smash hit in Latin America, especially in Colombia, Perú, and Ecuador.Lucas Arnau was awarded Shock Magazine’s Best Colombian Pop Artist on September 21, 2007Early lifeLucas Arnau’s musical curiosity started at a very young age inspired by his father’s singing and songwriting. His Mother, a creative director for an Advertising Agency in Colombia, was also an important influence in Arnau’s artistic interests. Lucas wrote his first song at age 11 and was able to sing it at the age of 23.The curiosities continued at the age of 13 when he composed his first score for an independent film called All the Rave. The film was regarded by local critics Ernest Williams and Romelio Gonzalez of the Colombian Times as "brilliant."Arnau at the age of 17 started his first band at Colombia Public High School 118. He and three of his friends played their Variety Show under the name "The Bone Jams" and received a standing ovation, performing an encore for three more hours while the crowd and teachers completely disregarded any other acts.