Lu Diaz is a Miami based multi-platinum, grammy award winning music producer, executive producer and mix engineer. Born in Santiago, Chile, at the age of 8 his family moved to the United States and made Miami their new home. His music career began as a drummer with a few local bands, but he quickly gravitated to the music business. He started his first record label at the age of eighteen and has never looked back. He is a big part of Miami's music landscape. Lu and his brother Hugo Diaz better known as "The Diaz Brothers" are considered architects of the modern day Miami music movement.
After a few years of embarking on a career as a sound engineer, Lu became one of the most reputable engineers in South Florida. Making Circle House Studios in North Miami his home base. Lu earned many credits for recording and mixing with the likes of The Baha-Men, P Diddy, 50 Cent, Juvenile, Beenie Man, Trick Daddy, Lil Jon, Beyoncé, Toni Braxton, Mary J Blige, Lauryn Hill and the list goes on. As a result, Lu Diaz and his brother "The Diaz Brothers" scored remix jobs for several major artists, namely The Rolling Stones and later Wyclef Jean. In the span of five years Lu Diaz was awarded with many platinum and gold awards and was credited with two grammy awards for his work on The Bahamen's "Who Let The Dogs Out" and Beenie Man's "Art and Life" album.
Contemplating his achievements, Lu realized the Latin youth of Miami didn't have an artist that truly represented them. So he decided it was time for a new face in the national hip-hop scene. Lu and his brother started their search for the right candidate in Miami. One fateful day Lu met a very charismatic young man during a mixing session for Luther Campbell (Uncle Luke of the 2 Live Crew). Thinking this young man was an intern at the studio, it led to an involved conversation with the young man, who pointed out that the track Lu was mixing was his. Shocked not only at the quality of the rapper, but the charisma of young man, he quickly realized this was the artist they'd been looking for. Lu extended an offer that if the rapper was ever freed from his contract at Luke Records, he should give The Diaz Brothers a call. A few months later he did just that, that young man's name is Pitbull, and as they say "The Rest Is History". Their unification sky-rocketed both the rapper and the production duo to worldwide fame. Lu and his brother served as Executive Producers and Music Producers for Pitbull's debut album titled M.I.A.M.I. (Money is a major issue) which was released on their Diaz Brothers Music Group label distributed by TVT Records. The M.I.A.M.I. album went on to sell more than 700,000 copies and Pitbull was awarded his first Gold Album Award. Lu and Hugo went on to serve as executive producers for the next three consecutive album. To this day Lu has continued mixing and producing. He is now credited with five Grammy nominations and three Grammy Awards wins. Over fifty gold and platinum awards and is endorsed by Waves Audio, Avid Technologies, iZotope, Amphion Studio Monitors, Antares, Slate Digital and SubPac. In 2018-2020 Lu released several mixing "how to videos" in connection with Waves Audio promotions, one which gained the most views in the company's history.
Lu Diaz continues to be an influential force in the music industry. With his unwavering passion for mixing and producing, he remains an active and sought-after professional, collaborating with artists from around the globe. Beyond his music endeavors, Lu Diaz also embraces the ever-evolving landscape of the industry by venturing into various businesses and technology projects that synergize with the world of music. This combination of ongoing music production, business ventures, and technological pursuits reflects his commitment to staying current. His enduring presence and versatile approach make him a respected figure in the industry, continually pushing boundaries and contributing to its growth.