Nana Lee (Ratna Sari Juwita) is a singer, producer and song writer for her own indie albums, she was born in Jakarta, this mixed-blood Indonesian, Chinese and Portuguese girl started to perform with her saxophone recently.
Nana Lee became interested in music and acting at an early age. She performed in amateur theatre productions and landed minor roles on various television shows during her high school years. Her singing career started in 2003. In a November 2009 interview, Lee indicated her music is primary influenced by Jazz, Pop, R&B and Oriential songs. She performs regularly at festivals and jazz clubs and on national TV in Indonesia and Taiwan.
In 2009, Lee released her debut album Be+Positive and followed it a year later with Women in love in cooperation with famed music arranger Idang Rasjidi. In 2011, she launched her third album, Tribute to Koes Plus in Bossanova, which outperformed the success of its predecessors. Lee received nationwide publicity by taking part in the 2013 Super Idol Taiwan. In 2014, she released the indie album Positivity.
Nana Lee made her debut in Europe in January 2014. She represented Indonesia at the Indonesian Night of the World Economic Forum at its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. In the same year, she wrote and recorded Go Indonesia, which is used by Indonesia's first English TV channel The Indonesia Channel (TIC) as its theme song.