Daniel Garcia Felicione Napoleão (born January 18, 1995), known professionally as Gloria Groove, is a Brazilian singer, actor, voice actor, and drag queen. The artist started a career as a singer at 7 years by joining the group Turma do Balão Mágico. During the childhood, Groove starred in the Rede Record telenovela Bicho do Mato [pt] and started to work as a voice actor. After a period working on theatre as a teenager, the artist adopted the persona "Gloria Groove" in 2014. Two years later, the drag queen got some prominence for appearing in the Rede Globo program Amor e Sexo.
Gloria Groove's career as a singer started some time later with the release of the song "Dona" in January 2016. After its success, the singer released "Império" and was featured in Carnival hit "Catuaba" by Aretuza Lovi [pt]. Groove's first album, O Proceder, was released in February 2017 and was followed by the singles "Gloriosa" and "Muleke Brasileiro". In the end of 2017, Groove released one of the most successful of the career, "Bumbum de Ouro". It was followed by peer recognition, which led the singer to be in "Joga Bunda" along with Lovi and Pabllo Vittar, in "Arrasta" with Léo Santana [pt], in a remix version of Anitta's "Show das Poderosas", and in Lexa's "Provocar".