RHOC has Gretchen, RHOBH had Dana, RHONJ has Melissa, RHONY has Luann, RHOA has Kim, and now Real Housewives of Miami has Adriana de Moura as its aspiring singer. Adriana has a song out, which was used as the theme song for RHOM by Bravo. Adriana is speaking out about her history with music and says she has always been into singing! Adriana also reveals how Bravo came to use her song for the show’s intro sequence which is a first for the network.
Adriana reveals to Niteside that ever since she was little she has been involved with music and that she used to sing with famed pianist John Cole. Adriana says, “Music has always been part of my life. My mother enrolled me at the piano conservatory at the tender age of seven and I have always enjoyed music ever since. I’ve also always enjoyed singing and used to do it frequently at a Fisher Island piano bar called The Garwood Lounge, along with pianist John Cole.”
Her first song, “Feel the Rush” is used as the RHOM theme. While Bravo usually uses an instrumental theme for their Housewives intros, they did something new for season two, and used Adriana’s song. How did this come about? Adriana says, “Actually the opportunity arose when double-Grammy Brazilian music producer Silvio Riccheto approached me and asked if I could record a song with him. He has worked with major Brazilian singers XXXX. We worked on the song for about eight months before the filming of season two. I co-wrote the lyrics while we recorded it and later sent the song to Bravo with the hopes that it would get picked up for the main theme of The Housewives. Amongst the many other songs that were submitted to Bravo, I was thrilled when I received the news that they chose mine!”
While none of these singing Housewives have amazing vocal talent, I have to admit that their music is so catchy and I often find myself singing their tunes in my head! Adriana’s song is no exception.
Don’t judge me!
What do you think about Adriana’s story of her and music? Do you think she has a future in singing?
Listen to “Feel the Rush” below: