Tainá had a nomad life and ended up landing in Portugal, coming from Brazil. Living in Lisbon she was walking the streets one day when she spontaneously joined a music jam and was challenged to sing Corcovado, by Tom Jobim. At the end she realised the musicians she had just met were from the band of Erlend Øye, from Kings of Convenience, who was performing in Capitólio the next day. Invited to the concert, Tainá sang at the door of the venue when Erlend Øye heard her and joined her: impressed, he proposed that she opened the show for him in his next two concerts in Portugal.
These and other facts become fascinating stories when told by Tainá, an excellent storyteller, singer and composer, that in her debut album, Sonhos [Dreams] (2019), starts to build a music and lyric legacy capable of uniting both sides of the Atlantic. Her debut album was also awarded in Prémios Play in the category of Lusophony, awarding her hard work, sacrifice and courage.
In 2022 she released Rio [River], a song about mundane sadness: "That river doesn't stop not even for a little bit and doesn't let you breathe" sings Tainá. This song follows Peito Dividido [Divided Chest], released in 2021, that reinforces that the roots of the artist are always present in everything she does. Also in 2021 she participated in Festival RTP da Canção (Portuguese contest to choose the song to Eurovision Song Contest) with the song Jasmim, written and interpreted by Tainá herself.