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Adriana Makes a Statement With "Baila," Featuring Roy RG

Making her debut into the music industry, the multifaceted, Adriana delves into her creative expressions.

Hailing from the United Kingdom, Adriana has been composing music since she was a child. As a student of Performance Arts, she is well rounded with her talents as a singer, movement artist, and actress. With a background in playing piano, guitar, and ukulele, Adriana is unstoppable.

Catering to musical styles such as Pop, Latin, Rock, Dream Pop, Instrumental Music, Trap, and Metal, she experiments with music to bring forth the ultimate essence of what makes her different from others.

Giving the world a grand entrance to her artistic abilities, Adriana releases her debut single, “Baila.” An original musical expression filled with an up-tempo ambiance of bliss. Pairing up collaborative efforts with Roy RG, handling the top-notch production elements of, “Baila,” you are encouraged to get up and dance to the intoxicating melodies vivaciously booming through your speakers.

As your mind and body glide across the floor in sync with the atmospheric synergy, you become fixated with Adriana’s undeniably captivating vocals pulling you in one lush note at a time. Fusing both Spanish and English together into this bilingual record, she is automatically conquering a diverse feat that some can only dream of.

Depicting images of confidence surging through your entire being, Adriana manages to have us on the hook of her self-assurance that she effortlessly radiates throughout each word performed. The authenticity that is showcased through Adriana’s talents is only just the beginning of her journey.

As we eagerly await the next record for us to be fully immersed in, we instantly hit the repeat button as we get up to dance. Adriana has a knack for fusing together various elements in her creations that in turn have us coming together because of her inventive flairs.

Listen to "Baila," featuring Roy RG here.

Welcome to BuzzMusic, Adriana! Congratulations on your debut release of, “Baila.” With such a captivating single, we would love to know; what was your experience like releasing your first musical creation into the world?

Thank you for having me! My first musical creation was the creation of "Baila" which was funny, I had a lot of fun creating it cos it's dance, Latin style, which forced me to keep dancing and moving all the time. I didn't think about what people would think about it, because if you are making music, you have to be the first person who just likes it. Otherwise, it will never work. Later I started to get a lot of positive feedback from a lot of people, so my first experience was quite nice. I'm excited about what's coming next.

What inspired you to dabble into both Spanish and English for the lyrics of, “Baila”?

I love Spanish as much as the English language. Half of my family has a Latin background so I feel this genre intensely. I believed that combining these two world languages could create something original and beautiful. I collaborated on this song with the Mexican rapper "Roy RG", whose native language is Spanish. I don't speak Spanish, but because of this song, I learned a few phrases and a few sentences, so I combined English with Spanish to create "Baila", a song that I am so proud of.

What are some challenges that you have faced as an up and coming artist stepping up into the scene?

My first challenge was whether people would accept the style I sing, which is different, the lyrics, my accent, and other things. Later it was the realizing that it doesn't matter how talented you are, if an up and coming artist doesn't have a lot of quality promotion, then the chance of being heard by a lot of people is literally zero. The other thing is that we need to keep moving forward and do not stop. Because if an up and coming artist says "this is enough for me", this career ends. I think these and many other things should know every up and coming artist, it's important to know how things actually work in real life.

What themes and messages are you hoping to put forth for your listeners to relate to?

Well, my single "Baila" is about how easy it is to love the wrong person with whom you experience strong chemistry. It's about "I know it's all wrong, but I'm not leaving you anyway". It's about believing with all your being that it might work, but you know it's never going to work for some reason, but you keep doing what you're doing. It's like ecstasy on a carousel that spins over and over and there's no escaping from it. You feel defenseless but you're still enjoying the ride. In my album "Burnout" I talk about more serious themes like depression, I talk about dreams, freedom, the past, unhappy love, and my dark side. The whole album is personal from my experiences.

2020 has been a very challenging year for everyone. What has been keeping you inspired to create music? What advice can you give another artist who's finding it difficult to do so?

I spent the first half of the year in lockdown in England on study accommodation from where I couldn't get home. In that time I wrote this single and the whole album. I spent all alone in a room for a few months, and the only thing that kept me alive was creating music. It's hard to say what advice I'd give other artists to find their creative side because we're all completely different. In my case, it was hard to stop making music because music is the only thing I live for. If the artist doesn't feel it, then it's not worth it. There's no need to look for music. If you´re honest with music, music will find you, it doesn't matter if you want it or not. If it's in you, then it's in you. It never disappears no matter what happens in your life.

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