Fernanda began her career in the mid-1990s. In 1993, she released the album "Feliz De Vez" independently. For opening the concert of the singer Shirley Carvalhaes, caught the attention of the label MK Music, company with which signed an artistic contract later. In 1995, she married keyboardist, composer and music producer Emerson Pinheiro and released "Meu Bem Maior", which sold more than 100,000 copies in Brazil. His most notorious albums are "Quebrantado Coração" (2002) and "Apenas Um Toque (Ao Vivo)" (2004). Alongside his solo career, Brum recorded with several artists and musicians and produced two albums in 2008 and 2009, in partnership with singer-songwriter Eyshila. In the meantime, he was nominated and won in several categories in the "Troféu Talento" and "Promessas".
Fernanda was nominated for the 2008 Latin Grammy in the category "Best Portuguese Language Christian Album" with the album "Cura-me" and in 2017 with the album "Ao Vivo em Israel". In the year 2015, Fernanda won in this category with the live album "Da Eternidade".