My name is Adrianna Clark. I am the youngest daughter of William “Bunny Rugs” Clark, former lead singer of the legendary reggae group, Third World. first started singing in her elementary school choir; however, Rugs first introduced her to the studio when he featured her on his gospel album, “I’m Sure.”
Later, Adrianna attended a performing arts high school where she studied vocal music and technique. Adrianna obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of South Florida. It was there that she found her passion for storytelling. She also was a singer in the University Women’s Choir. Adrianna went on to pursue her Master’s degree in International Multimedia Journalism at the University of Kent in England. During her studies, she interned at BBC South East and at the university’s TV station, KMTV.
After her studies, Adrianna joined the praise and worship team at her church, Life Changing Global Ministry. It was there, when she gave her voice to God, that her passion for singing took to new heights. She began singing and ministering at local churches. She also has performed at many Caribbean and community events. Adrianna has since released her first single “Dancing on the Floor.” The song is a remake of Third World’s 1981, “Dancing on the Floor (Hooked on Love).” Currently, Adrianna is the radio host of "Happie Hour" and "Sunday Praise" on Caribbean Rhythms Radio Network in Central Florida, where she is able to combine her love for journalism, music, and God.