Portuguese-Brazilian singer, songwriter, and record producer Daniela Mercury has an estimated net worth of $30 million. Born in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil in July 1965. She is widely recognized for her samba reggae, axe, and MPB styles, with her fame on par with any of Brazilian female singers. Mercury has exceeded 20 million albums sale globally and set the record for a female singer in her native country with fourteen #1 hits. From 1986 to 1988 she held role as the lead singer for the band Cheiro de Amor prior to her becoming a backup singer for Gilberto Gil and later the lead singer of the band Companhia Clic. Her self-titled first studio album was rolled out in 1991. Mercury then went on to enjoy sale of 3.5 million copies with her second album O Canto da Cidade, with her lead single from her debut album “Swing da Cor” peaking at #1 in Brazil. Besides, the singer has been an ambassador for UNESCO as well as for UNAIDS and was the second Brazilian to be honored as UNICEF’s ambassador.