Life is what you make it
Adrianna was born in Tallahassee, FL.: the oldest daughter of Ed Freeman, a former sharecropper and his wife Theresa. . With the influence of her father and grandfather, Adrianna’s love for country music would flourish. Growing into a young lady Adrianna realized she was a little different from the other kids around her. While they sang and danced to the latest and greatest R&B acts, Adrianna was soaking up the lovesick cries of Loretta Lynn and Patty Loveless. It was that sound, and those words that touched her soul.
Adrianna would develop her natural talent singing in church, at county fairs, and recording demos. She would also discover her abilities as a writer beginning with poetry then songs. Taking every opportunity to develop this gift she loved so much, she embarked on one of the most rewarding experiences of her life, mission work overseas.
In pursuit of her vision, Adrianna caught the attention of Teddy Gentry of the super-group “
Freeman formed AFM Entertainment, Inc., and released her first project on that label, a single titled “Just A Girl’. The song, which deals with children growing up in broken homes, was adopted as the official theme song of The National Network for Youth (NN4Y) in Washington, D.C. An accompanying music video, which was featured on NN4Y’s website. A story about the song appeared on The 700 Club, a program on the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN).
Freeman released her first album titled “Either You Do or You Don’t” which received rave reviews, and was accepted with open arms by both radio and fans all over the world. The path to country music stardom for Adrianna has been a worn road, but Freeman pushes forward with her dreams and a new single titled “They Don't Make 'Em Like That No More” coming soon. For Freeman, what lies ahead are dreams revealed, behind, a road paved for the future.